Shania Twain's biggest musical moments
Happy birthday, Shania Twain. Today the country music legend is celebrating her 50th.
Canadian singer Shania Twain is one of the best-selling music artists of all time. With over 85 million records sold, she is commonly and most notably referred to as the "Queen of Country Pop," with the title of best-selling female country artist of all time.
With hits like, "Any Man of Mine," "You're Still the One," "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," "From This Moment On," and "Come On Over," Twain has become a household name and is considerably recognized as a legacy music staple.
Twain's sophomore album "Come On Over" garnered her the ultimate country-pop crossover success. The album has sold over 40 million copies worldwide (to-date) and spawned 7 No.1 singles on country radio. Songs from the album won four Grammy Awards, including Best Country Song and Best Female Country Performance for "You're Still the One" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" respectively. The album's producer (also her husband) Robert "Mutt" Lange, won Grammys for "You're Still the One" and "Come On Over."
After withstanding marital issues with Lange, the two officially split June 9th, 2010, sending Twain into a temporary musical hiatus and reclusion from the spotlight.
In 2011, Twain announced she would headline a Caesar's Palace residency in Las Vegas for two years. But, after the show saw an unfathomable amount of success in sales, her residency was renewed and extended indefinitely through 2014.
Shania Twain is now performing in her "last" tour titled the Rock This Country Tour. This is her first time touring in 11 years.
Click through for photos of Shania Twain through the years:
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