In her late 50s, Shania Twain is “unashamed” to display her bare body.
As she gets older, Shania Twain claims that flaunting her “new figure” has been “liberating.”
The 57-year-old was open about how removing her top for the “Waking Up Dreaming” cover helped her overcome long-standing body image concerns.
“I’m speaking the truth here,” According to Twain, anything is “fashionable” if it is worn with “confidence.” “I’m comfortable in my own skin, and this is how I am conveying that confidence,” she said in an interview with People on Wednesday.
“I don’t need to conceal myself behind my clothes since I am a woman in my late 50s. I am at a loss for words when it comes to how fantastic nude shooting felt. As a woman who is well into menopause, I was simply so confident in my new figure. I don’t even feel anything; I just feel alright 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.
The singer recalled her choice to forego wearing a bra in the 1993 music video for “What Made You Say That,” saying, “From the very beginning — the very first video — I was dumping the bra.”
But because I was much firmer back then, as I got older, I began to have a new pressure that my breasts weren’t as full as they once were. Your skin is looser than it was previously. Perhaps you ought to begin concealing it a bit more.'”
Twain continued, vowing not to “regress” to her timid self after noticing her “courage” was “dulling.”
“I am accepting my changing body, just as I should have done from childhood to adolescence and from my lean, 20- and 30-year-old self to my menopausal body. I won’t hold back about it. I want to be courageous about it and I want the artwork I am directing to reflect that courage.
At the People’s Choice Awards, Twain kept her word to herself by walking the red carpet in a seductive, semi-sheer, cheetah-print gown.
The outfit, which was a tribute to her classic appearance from the 1998 music video for “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” featured a hood, a black velvet skirt, sheer sleeves, and a midsection panel that displayed her firm abs.
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