Shania Twain, 57, reveals her VERY strict pre-show routine
Shania Twain, 57, reveals her VERY strict pre-show routine as she celebrates 25 years since her breakthrough album Come On Over
Shania Twain has revealed the strict pre-show routine she adheres to as she celebrates 25 years since her breakthrough album.
The Man I Feel Like A Woman hitmaker appeared on Friday’s episode of Lorraine, hosted by Christine Lampard on Friday as she discussed the ritual she keeps to.
The 57-year-old revealed she doesn’t eat before a show and therefore chooses to skip dinner.
She explained: ‘I don’t eat any solids before the show. It’s about knowing your routine and making sure you don’t need a bathroom break.’
The pop sensation’s breakthrough album Come On Over was released in 1997 and has gone on to sell 40 million copies making it the 15th biggest selling album in the UK of all time.
Legend: Popstar Shania Twain, 57, has revealed her strict pre-show routine as she celebrated 25 since breakthrough album Come On Over in an appearance on Lorraine on Friday
Routine: The 57-year-old music legend revealed she doesn’t eat before a show and therefore chooses to skip dinner
Shania also opened up about her fitness routine as she confessed when she’s touring, performing is her exercise: ‘With the show its two hours of raised heartrate,’ she explained.
She added that when she isn’t touring she enjoys horse riding.
‘When I’m not on tour I like horse riding, if I’m not riding I’m walking or staying busy.’
To mark the celebratory milestone of her record the star is remastering the original tapes for the first time ever as well as making a hit return to Las Vegas next year for a residency at Planet Hollywood.
Come On Over was certified as both the top-selling country album and the highest-selling album by a female artist of all time.
It’s the biggest selling studio album by an international female artist in the UK and charted for three years including 11 weeks at No. 1 in the UK Albums Charts and 51 weeks in the Top 10.
Speaking about the record, the star said: ‘With Come On Over, it was important for me to give what I thought was the best record of my life, and that is why there’s so many songs on it.
‘I thought, “Let’s just load this up in case there’s not another chance. Let’s not hold anything back.”
Careful planning: ‘I don’t eat any solids before the show. It’s about knowing your routine and making sure you don’t need a bathroom break’
Keeping fit: Shania also opened up about her fitness routine as she confessed when she’s touring, performing is her exercise
25 years: The singer’s breakthrough album Come On Over was released in 1997 and has gone on to sell 40 million copies making it the 15th biggest selling album in the UK of all time
There was no point in saving songs for another album or even giving songs to other artists, because I thought this might be my only chance to really make an impact as a follow-up to the prior album, which was already certified Diamond.
‘I would say that Come On Over was so high-pressure for me, because I knew I had more in me than one Diamond album.’
Discussing her wide audience she explained: ‘My audience was broader than the average country genre audience – they were coming from all over the world!
‘This was an album that was really meant to bridge genres, and I wanted to make sure that the fans were getting what they expected from me as a multi-genre artist.
‘This album is me trying to deliver that and bring as many different people together as possible – so imagine how incredible it feels to still have a sense of bringing people together 25 years later? I’m at a great place in my life.’
Among her many hits the album produced her chart topping You’re Still The One, Love Gets Me Every Time, Man! I Feel Like A Woman! and That Don’t Impress Me Much.
The new rendition will include an additional nine tracks featuring live duets with Chris Martin, Elton John, Alison Krauss, and the Backstreet Boys.
Shania is currently on her global Queen of Me tour that runs through until November 2023.
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