Shania Twain accepts Her Aging Body. The country star weighed in about the possibility of reducing her breasts as an teen, and said she was pleased with what Shania Twain ultimately chose to do.
Shania Twain revealed she is getting used to ageing after years of fighting anxiety about her appearance. Country music legend, Shania Twain is 57 has opened up about her age gracefully in her latest interview in The Mirror, claiming it required a lot of refection a naked photo shoot to understand how to love her body. “I was freaking out inside but nobody knew it,” the “That Don’t Impress Me Much” singer revealed. “Now, I look at myself naked and I like the honesty about myself.”
Shania Twain accepts Her Aging Body
“There were times I did like turning the lights off as all I could see were the imperfections so I said, ‘OK, how can I face this and get this to a point where I accept it?'” she said. “So I did a nude photography session to find a more healthy and realistic perspective on myself.”
The photo test was so successful that Shania Twain stated that she wanted to share what she learned from the test. “I say you should look in the mirror and be fine with that,” she said. “I am only going to get older and saggier – if I hate myself now then what state am I going to be in in five or 10 years?”
The pop star also admitted the self-doubt sparked as a teenager having trouble with her body changes. “When I was a teen my thighs grew large. I couldn’t stop them from moving around, and I had to tie them in and put on two bras and loose clothes,” she explained. “I simply did not want to have these boobs. I was thinking of to reduce my breasts, but they fell back. I thought, ‘It’s an excellent thing that I didn’t do that. This is the way I should look'”
In a different anecdote regarding how she was feeling, Shania recalled having to be transported by air to a hospital located in Switzerland after suffering from COVID-19 and pneumonia in the year 2020.
When speaking to The Mirror in February, Shania revealed that her “very scary” incident took occurred during the peak of the pandemic when she was in the home she was staying at Lake Geneva. “It became increasingly worse.
It was evident that my vital symptoms were becoming worse, and at my final stage, I needed to be evacuated by air,” Shania explained. “It took several days to start building up any antibodies at all, so it was a very dangerous time and very scary.”
“I made it through and I’m just so grateful,” she declared after praising her fortune. “I thought, ‘Wow, if I was living alone in a more isolated scenario, I don’t know what would have happened.’ My heart goes out to people who don’t have that support to help them get the right care,” she added.