The very first Shania Twain song I ever heard was “Any Man of Mine.” We’d fantastic seats, and as I watched Twain perform, something inside me sparked. I’ve always respected people like Twain who can write, sing, and perform their own music. With Shania Twain” this Sunday, talking about her incredible success, heartache and journey of self-discovery.
Shania Twain on Oprah
What I love most about Twain is that she’s real. With Shania Twain,” premiering this Sunday, May 8, on Oprah’s network, OWN. The three episodes that the network provided for review generally follow Twain’s story chronologically. Twain remembers pretending to not be hungry or cold. In a rather jarring transition, Twain visits a family of young adults whose parents also died when they were young. Twain subsequently fell deeply in love with and married Thiebaud’s husband, Frédéric, in 2010. As Twain questions the therapist, we begin to fear for that woman’s safety. But it’s fascinating to see Twain’s raw anger get to the surface and subside.
The number of people must hurt to ensure that Shania Twain may heal? With Shania Twain,” an odd and sympathetic show beginning Sunday that’s part episodic biography, part comeback tale and part confrontation therapy. Stranger still, Shania Twain is now married to Ms. Thiébaud’s former husband, Fred.