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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Shania Twain Wants to Sing with Celine Dion

Country superstar Shania Twain said that an opportunity to record a duet with Celine Dion would be a golden chance and she would just jump at it. Since releasing Up! in 2002, the You’re Still the One hit maker is rather feeling re-energized as she is preparing to release her new album called Now on 29th September. When she was asked if she would be interested in doing a potential double act with her Canadian fellow, Shania made it clear that she was totally on board.

She shared that she often used Celine’s music for warming herself up and was really taken with her because the singer has such a wide range. Shania revealed that she did her vocal warmups with Celine’s Drove all Night, which was her favorite as it has a really high harmony that’s really hard. If Shania gets her wish, it will not be the first time the two powerhouses have joined hands together.

Back in 1998, the two had teamed up with Carole King and Gloria Estefan for performing the classic song You’ve Got a Friend by James Taylor in New York City at the VH1’s Diva Live event. She said that a duet with Celine Dion was the perfection option for her current state of mind. Shania said that her current approach to life can be understood by listening to the song More Fun, which is a part of her new album. She is turning 52 on 28th August, Monday and said she keeps telling herself to have fun every day.

Earlier this month, Shania also attended a listening party at the Spotify offices for her album Now in New York City. She echoed the same sentiments of having fun when she spoke to her fans that belong to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community. She told her fans to be constantly grateful that they were alive and believe that they would be okay. The kind-hearted legend told her fans that it was not easy for them to face their fears, but hopefully they were getting more comfortable with their own skin.       

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