Shania Twain talks about that topless cover art

Shania Twain's cover art

Shania Twain shared her new art cover wearing only a cowboy hat and boots which caused quite a stir online. The country legend said flaunting her “new body” has been “liberating.” She said;

“This is me expressing my truth. I’m comfortable in my own skin, and this is the way I am sharing that confidence,” Twain told People on Wednesday, adding that anything is “fashionable” if it’s worn with “confidence.”

“I am a woman in my late 50s, and I don’t need to hide behind the clothes. I can’t even tell you how good it felt to do nude shooting. I was just so unashamed of my new body, you know, as a woman that is well into my menopause. I’m not even emotional about it; I just feel okay about it.”

Twain posed for the cover image while wearing a cowboy hat and a pair of vibrant pointy-toe boots, concealing her naked chest with her arms.

The country-pop icon is no stranger to forging her own path in the music business, despite the fact that the image upset some fans.

“From the very beginning — the very first video — I was ditching the bra,” the singer said, noting her decision to go bra-free in the 1993 music video for “What Made You Say That.”

“But, I was a lot firmer then, so as I grew older, I started feeling a different pressure of, ‘Well, your breasts are not as plump as they used to be. Your skin is not as tight as it used to be. Maybe you should start covering it up a little bit more.’”“I am embracing my body as it changes, as I should have from my childhood to my teens, as I should be from my taut, 20s and 30-year-old self, to my menopausal body. I’m not going to be shy about it. I want to be courageous about it, and I want to share that courage in the artwork that I am directing.”

She looks amazing at 57. I am a big fan of this country icon and I can’t wait to listen to the album.


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