Shania Twain has already brought in some of the greatest country music songs ever into the world with hits like "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," "Still The One" and "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under," on top of dozens of other hits.
And now, finally, 15 years after she released her last album, Up!, which went 11x Platinum, Shania is ready release a new album.
Shania is the best-selling female country music artist of all-time and she wrote the majority of her hits, something she's done on the upcoming album, too.
Telling "Access Hollywood" before an appearance on "The Voice," "The album is really about Shania now, this is me explaining what it took for me to become who I am now... some of it's really quite dark... the songwriting really is... it's all about me digging into my emotional diary and relaying all of that through the music. It's very personal."
Country music superstar Shania Twain is officially back in the game.
During an appearance on "The Voice," the world's best-selling female country music artist revealed the name of her new single, "Life's About to Get Good" and plans to drop an album in September. It will be her first album in 15 years.
When writing "Life's About to Get Good," Shania explains, "I was at home looking out at the ocean and I said to myself, 'Here I am stuck in this past of negativity, but it's so beautiful out. I'm not in the mood to write a 'feeling-sorry-for-myself' song." The songwriter recognized that with all of the negative in life also comes the positive. "You can't have the good without the bad. And that's what the song ended up being about."
Hold. Let's let this soak in for a second. (Absolutely no pun intended.)
Shania Twain is the best-selling female country music artist of all-time. Shania once had a duet so popular and so flirty she recorded it with three different male counterparts to really appeal to the masses. Shania, the one who isn't even impressed by Brad Pitt, has stage fright?!
Shania was recently on James Corden's "The Late Late Show with James Corden," with one other guest who didn't really know who she is or what she's done. It's also where Shania told the story of peeing on stage in front of her entire school when she was a teenager.
"This wasn't a little pee, this was a puddle...thankfully, I had a glass of water at my feet and I knocked it over to cover it up," she shared to everyone's disbelief.
As a recap, the brilliant and amazing woman who once performed with her hair like a middle schooler on a beach vacation while wearing sweat pants is just like the rest of us and gets scared.
In 51-year history of the ACM Awards, only eight women have walked away with the Entertainer of the Year trophy. Two of those women were repeat winners, with the award going home to a lady 10 years out of 51. The only difference in the female ACM Entertainer of the Year winners to the female CMA Entertainer of the Year winners is Carrie Underwood, who took the trophy home twice in 2008 and 2009. She's also the only female nominated this year.
8 Females Who Have Walked Away as ACM Entertainer of the Year:
1975 // Loretta Lynn
Loretta was the first female to win ACM Entertainer of the Year and was the Artist of the Decade for 1970s. She has 13 total ACM Awards.
1977 // Dolly Parton
Dolly has seven ACM Awards and has also hosted the show.
1980 // Barbara Mandrell
Barbara was also awarded with the Pioneer Award from the ACMs in 2001.
1994 // Reba McEntire
Reba has won 13 ACM Awards and has won the most Female Vocalist of the Year trophies.
1999 // Shania Twain
Shania has four ACM Awards and 16 nominations.
2000 // Dixie Chicks
The Dixie Chicks have won nine ACM Awards, including the prestigious Triple Crown Award in 2001.
2008 and 2009 // Carrie Underwood
Carrie was the first repeat female winner of the trophy. In 2014 she was awarded the Gene Weed Special Achievement Awards from the Academy of Country Music. She is also the first person to win the ACM Lifting Lives Gary Haber Award, which recognizes a country music artist or industry professional "who is committed to serving others, has a generosity of spirit and shows a dedication to helping those in need."
2010 and 2011 // Taylor Swift
Taylor has eight ACM Awards, including the 50th Anniversary Milestone Award.
Country music in the 1990s was bigger than ever thanks to acts like Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, George Strait, Shania Twain and countless others. There was also a no better time to really go for broke on an album cover-- the louder the better.
What if album covers today looked like they used to?
7 Country Music Stars of Today If They Had '90s Country Album Covers:
2. Florida Georgia Line
3. Sam Hunt
4. Kelsea Ballerini
5. Tim McGraw
6. Keith Urban
7. Luke Bryan
With each passing year, comes another group of celebrities going on all out for Valentine's Day -- and this year is no different.
So, while you were sipping wine, eating chocolate and hanging out with your significant other, these celebrities were, well, doing the same thing.
Here's How Your Favorite Celebrities Celebrated Valentine's Day:
1. Chance the Rapper
2. Thomas Rhett
3. Barack Obama
4. Jana Kramer
5. Mindy Kaling
7. Kim Kardashian West
8. Shania Twain
9. Amy Schumer
10. Charles Kelley
11. Miley Cyrus
12. Lindsay Ell
13. Jenna Fischer
14. Brett Eldredge
16. Mickey Guyton
17. Simone Biles
18. Phillip Sweet
19. Sofia Vergara
21. Joe Jonas
24. Carrie Underwood
25. Jared Leto
26. Chris Young
27. Katy Perry
28. Lauren Alaina
29. Julia Louis-Dreyfus
30. Ellen DeGeneres
31. Lucy Hale
Sometimes, country music and fashion don't really seem to fit. But, that's because sometimes, people aren't looking in the right places. Sure, there have been some mishaps, but really-- country music is pretty fashionable. Especially country music videos.
10 Most Fashionable Country Music Videos of All-Time:
1. Shania Twain // "That Don't Impress Me Much"
Very few people could pull off this look, desert or no desert. The commitment to wearing the hood really sets this outfit apart from others. Some say the leopard sports bra does that, but we argue it's the hood.
2. Faith Hill // "Breathe"
Simple is never easy, but Hill is flawless only rockin' these bed sheets.
3. Miranda Lambert featuring Carrie Underwood // "Somethin' Bad"
Has anyone ever looked so good in a mugshot?
4. Little Big Town // "Tornado"
It's like LBT outran the tornado, but only certain parts of their closet survived. Somehow, they took their leftover storm shelter belongings and made a fashion statement out of a natural disaster.
5. Brooks & Dunn // "Rock My World (Little Country Girl)"
Move over, Eric Church-- Ronnie Dunn's aviators are so badass he can pick up satellite images.
6. Dixie Chicks // "Not Ready To Make Nice"
High-fashion, statement art and anger rarely make for a good country music video, but that's because most country music artists aren't as aggressively outspoken as the Dixie Chicks.
7. Miranda Lambert // "Vice"
Miranda Lambert made so many statements during "Vice," it's hard to pick just one vice to focus on. For this occasion, we'll pick her fashion statement-- no one in Texas has ever made State Highway 95 look so damn good.
8. Reba McEntire // "Why Haven't I Heard From You"
Turns out, Reba started the leopard robe trend.
10. Lady Antebellum // "Bartender"
Anytime you can get a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model like Kate Upton to appear in a country music video it's a win, but Lady Antebellum also could appear on HGTV with their set design on "Bartender."
What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet.
Shakespeare's Juliet said it best, because some names definitely don't smell as sweet.
22 Real Names of Famous People You Love:
1. Samuel Timothy Smith
Tim McGraw could've been Sam Smith, before there was a GRAMMY-winning Sam Smith.
2. Jason Aldine Williams
Jason Aldean dropped his last name and decided to spell his middle name differently.
3. Eileen Regina Edwards
Eileen wouldn't have made it out of Canada, Shania Twain is a living legend.
4. Cornelius Crane Chase
Chevy Chase is also a town in Maryland.
5. Terry Jean Bollette
No one would give Terry Jean a professional wrestling contract, but Hulk Hogan? Definitely.
6. Peter Gene Hernandez
Almost rhymes with Bruno Mars.
7. Steveland Judkins
Steveland?! More like Stevie Wonder-land.
8. Christina Claire Ciminella
Judd is easier to spell, Wynonna still gives me fits.
9. Audrey Faith Perry
Faith Hill sounds better with Tim McGraw.
10. Gary Vernon Jr.
Gary LeVox sounds a little less prisoner.
11. Alicia Augello Cook
Because Alicia Keys can really tickle those keys.
12. Adam Richard Wiles
Adam Richard could never work with Rihanna, but Calvin Harris? He could be the world's most successful DJ.
13. Reginald Kenneth Dwight
Not a famous person. Elton John? Famous person.
14. John Roger Stephens
John Legend is a hit-maker married to a supermodel. John Roger Stephens is a business consultant. Both have degrees from the Ivy League's Penn.
15. Robert Allen Zimmerman
Yeah, Bob Dylan sounds more like folk-singing poet and voice of a generation.
16. Blake Ellender Brown
Ellender? More like Lively!
17. Hugh Anthony Cregg III
Hugh Anthony Cregg and the News is much harder to say than Huey Lewis and the News.
18. Randy Bruce Traywick
I'd buy a Randy Bruce album, but I'd be a lifelong fan of Randy Travis.
19. Harold Lloyd Jenkins
Sure, Conway Twitty works.
20. Demetria Gene Guynes
Wait, what'd you say, Demi Moore?
21. Cornell Iral Haynes Jr.
Cornell is a school, not a rapper. Right, Nelly?
22. Robert James Ritchie
"My name is Kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid Rock," is what catchier than, "My name is Robbbbbbbbbbbbbert."