Shania Twain, known as the “Queen of Country Pop,” had a major style influence in the late 1990s.
The “From This Moment On” singer is famous for displaying her amazing form in a wide variety of provocative outfits, both onstage and off, including full-body leopard print ensembles, and a black corset with a matching top hat, and the rare bikini or swimsuit moment.
Shania remarked in a Sirius XM interview from March 2020, “In the country music field, it was really upsetting the boat — I believed I was just expressing my femininity.”
I don’t want people to criticize me because of how I look. Knowing that it was my own… of having a very hourglass-y form made me even more determined, to be honest. That’s something I realized pretty late in life.
She acknowledged that she was a tomboy in her youth and further stated that she “wanted to be boyish.”
For example: “I didn’t accept my maturing body… The last thing I wanted was to be curvy. It made me feel uneasy. She revealed this to talk show presenter Lori Majewski: “Men viewed you differently.”
“I distinctly remember being the lone teen wearing shorts and a T-shirt on the beach. Adding that she “missed out” but “doesn’t regret it,” she said, “it was really difficult to be a girl.”
Meanwhile, in the same month, the Canadian-born celebrity wrote a letter to her younger self and published it on Refinery29, telling her to “dare to be yourself” and not worry so much about fitting in with the latest fashions.
“Don’t be scared… There is only one of you, so don’t try to imitate anyone else. It’s an easy tool to employ. “Keep your eyes on the prize,” she pleaded.
The “I’m Gonna Getcha Good” singer continued, “If you can go braless, you should, and don’t worry too much.”
A lot more of the clothes I wanted to wear, but didn’t because I felt self-conscious without a bra. Never show your bra, never let the straps hang out, blah blah blah, that’s what we were always told.
She continued, “I wish I could convince myself to be more comfortable with my body and to worry less about squeezing everything in and strapping everything down.”
In a 2016 interview with Entertainment Tonight, Shania, who admits she is not a “gym person,” discussed how she manages to keep her body despite this common challenge.
I really have to work really hard to avoid eating a lot of the things I love, like French fries and carbs in general, which is really annoying.
I should just strive to make proteins the main part of my diet. “It’s just incredibly hard keeping the carbs down, but that’s what I do!” she said. “But I love vegetables anyhow, so that’s OK.”
She concluded her message by telling the recipient to “eat well and take care of yourself and accept whatever weight that leaves you at.”
Shania no longer goes to the beach in shorts and a T-shirt since she accepted her body for what it is.
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