Shania Twain Stated “It may only get worse, so just love yourself now” on Posting Nude in Her 50s

Shania Twain is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She has sold over 100 million records, making her one of the bestselling music artists of all time and the best-selling female artist in country music history.

Shania Twain created a buzz on the internet, when she shot foe Alexa, her bold pictures have created talks on the internet, Shaina Twain, is confident and unapologetic about it. She said in an interview,

“It’s always a bit of being on the edge with the looks every night because there’s no wearing it twice,” she says. “It’s a one-time shot — and either it works or it doesn’t. I keep it a little dangerous because I get bored. So I’m really running with it, but I’m really enjoying the intensity of it.”

Shania Twain said she feels like a woman like never before, as she showed the guts of posting nude, with the exception of a sheer coverall, that to at the age of 58, according to TheMessengerEntertainment. She did so for her sixth studio album, ‘Queen of Me’ that was released in February. The post can be seen on instagram, hotcountry and shaniatwain.

Regarding the cover Shania said, “Well, I’m the opposite from being an exhibitionist,” said Twain, per the New York Post. “But I like to feel sexy, and I like to enjoy my body more now than ever. I used to hate my body. So when my body was young and, I guess, maybe one wouldn’t be afraid of exhibiting it, I was hiding it a lot.”

As for why she decided to nearly bare all now, she explained, “I think I needed to capture where I am right now, because it’s a moment that I want to remember.”

“So I just had to be brave about it, to own it,” she said of embracing her body. “And I felt really good that I felt like, ‘Yeah, I’m OK with that.’ I need to be able to look at myself in the mirror every day. I’m perfectly the way I should be. This is the way I should be at my age. I’m fine with it. And I’m not afraid of it anymore. It’s all good.”

“I think menopause was a very good thing for me because there were a lot more things changing in everything about me physically that I had to very quickly come to terms with,” said the “You’re Still the One” singer.

Twain continued, “Menopause taught me to quickly say, ‘You know, it may only get worse. So just love yourself now. Just get over your insecurities — they’re standing in your way.

And fear is standing in your way.’ I always sing about being fearless and all of that. I go there when I write. But I’m not living it the way I’m writing it. And I want to live the way I write. I’m more fierce than I ever was because I really demanded it about myself.”

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