Shania Twain celebrated the 25th anniversary of her GRAMMY Award-winning album, The Woman in Me, on Good Morning America.
On Friday (August 14), The country superstar performed her classic hits “Any Man Of Mine,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Life’s About To Get Good” on the morning talk show.
Twain also announced that she will be releasing, The Woman In Me: Diamond Edition, a reissue of the album that brought us several hit songs and that helped shape her career in the ’90s.
“This is the album that changed my career and has brought me to places that I would never have imagined even in my wildest dreams at the time,” Twain told Good Morning America. “I had high hopes, but this, I mean, where I am today, 25 years later, at the time was unimaginable, So this is a real celebration year for me, celebrating coming out as a very independent, open minded, very, just bold in what I had to say.”
The Woman in Me is Twain’s first album to reach Diamond certification, selling over 10 million copies in 1997, and has now sold an estimated 20 million copies worldwide.
The reissue will be available in two and three-CD editions, as well as LP versions in October.
You can see her performances from the show below.