Shania Twain Vows To Never Get Plastic Surgery: “I’m Not Gonna Do It”

“What if I’m one of those that doesn’t heal very well? Then, I’m gonna hate that about myself,” Twain said, further elaborating that she doesn’t want plastic surgery.

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Maren Angus-Coombs

Maren Angus-Coombs was raised in Nashville and grew up around music television production. Her late father, Steve, owned a fleet of mobile production trucks, directed music videos and produced various live music shows. Music is somewhat of a family business, Her grandfather, Allan Angus, directed “The Johnny Cash Show.” Angus-Coombs has served as an audio assistant on several CMA Awards and CMA Fest productions. She’s also a sports writer and currently resides in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and stepdaughter.

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Posted on March 12, 2023

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Shania Twain; Photo Courtesy of Facebook

Country-pop icon, Shania Twain, has never felt better about how she feels in her own skin. At 57 years old, she posed nude for the cover art for her single, “Waking Up Dreaming,” a track from her latest album, Queen Of Me.

Twain appeared on the Making Space with Hoda Kotb podcast on January 29 and discussed just how confident she is.

“That was a real leap of faith in my courage,” said Twain. “When I stand in front of the mirror, I don’t like to stand in front of the mirror… I’m just tired of that lack of freedom. I want to be more relaxed and comfortable in my own skin. It is what it is and I can’t change it unless I go under the knife or something.”

Shania Twain; Photo Courtesy of People's Choice Awards/NBC
Shania Twain; Photo Courtesy of People’s Choice Awards/NBC

Shania Twain Admits She Doesn’t Want To Regret A Surgery

After making this statement about going under the knife, she admitted if she did have work done that it may not be successful.

“I’ve come to a point where, no I’m not gonna do it,” Twain added. “Maybe that was probably part of what pushed me to go, ‘OK, it’s time to start loving yourself in your own skin,’ because sure I’ve got lots of friends that have had very successful surgeries, but I’ve also seen others that aren’t so successful.”

“What if I’m one of those that doesn’t heal very well? Then, I’m gonna hate that about myself. Then I’m gonna regret doing it,” she continued.

For Twain, it isn’t about having “one thing pulled here, and another one pulled there.” It is all about changing her mindset and her perception of how things look.

Shania Twain; Photo Provided
Shania Twain; Photo Provided

“It’s so essential, more than ever, because as we age… our skin starts to melt and all kinds of things happen to us.

I realize that, wow, I was shy about wearing a bikini at the beach when I was younger, and I’m thinking, ‘That was ridiculous. I gotta stop this nonsense and start wearing a bikini to the beach now, even though I’m not my 20-year-old self.’ I just gotta get over that stuff.”

Twain is no stranger to embracing her body. She appeared braless in a dress in the music video for “You’re Still the One.” She also bared her midriff in “Any Man of Mine.”

Twain Will Soon Embark On Her 2023 Queen Of Me Tour

Before her 2023 Queen of Me Tour kicks off on April 28 in Spokane, Wash., she will perform at the Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

She is also bringing a plethora of support throughout the year with artists like Kelsea Ballerini, Lindsay Ell, Hailey Whitters, Breland, Robyn Ottolini, Priscilla Block and Mickey Guyton.

Fans can expect to hear hit songs from the past and present. It will be different from her Vegas residency. 

“It’ll be a more sleep show,” Twain said on the red carpet of the Grammy Awards. “There’ll be a lot of new songs in the show. I’ll bring back some songs from years ago that I haven’t played in a long time. I’m going to refresh it in that sense. There’s going to be a lot of music people have been asking me to do but have not been in the show for a while as well.”

The tour will make stops across North America and Europe and in cities like Denver, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, London, Dublin and more before wrapping on Nov. 14 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

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Maren Angus-Coombs was raised in Nashville and grew up around music television production. Her late father, Steve, owned a fleet of mobile production trucks, directed music videos and produced various live music shows. Music is somewhat of a family business, Her grandfather, Allan Angus, directed “The Johnny Cash Show.” Angus-Coombs has served as an audio assistant on several CMA Awards and CMA Fest productions. She’s also a sports writer and currently resides in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and stepdaughter.

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