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    Shania Twain recording new music!

    Shania Twain says she's making new music and preparing to return to stage - Winnipeg Free Press

    TORONTO - Canadian country-pop darling Shania Twain is recording a new album and preparing to return to the stage.
    The superstar singer from Timmins, Ont., made the revelation backstage at Sunday's Juno Awards, where she was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
    "I'm not really sure when I'll be able to get back up on that stage. I am preparing for it, I can tell you that, and I am already in the studio with new music and I'm very excited," she told reporters after a tearful speech onstage at the Air Canada Centre.
    Twain added that fans will be able to hear her new music "soon," and that she's documented some of her songwriting process in an upcoming documentary-style TV series about her life.
    Set to debut May 27 on the OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network in Canada, "Why Not? with Shania Twain" follows the chart-topper as she rediscovers herself after divorce and a break from recording.
    Her journey includes a trip to her birthplace of Timmins with her sister, Carrie Ann, and a travelling adventure with her bandmates and closest confidantes.
    "I actually created the concept myself," said the five-time Grammy winner, who also has an autobiography due out this spring.
    "I actually went to (Winfrey), to be honest, initially, and said, 'What do you think of this idea that I have?' She loved it, and that was the end that was the end of the beginning, I suppose."
    Canuck rocker Bryan Adams introduced Twain during Sunday's Juno bash, calling her a "Canadian Treasure." In a video tribute, several music giants including Kenny Rogers and Anne Murray also sang her praises, and the crowd went wild as she walked onstage.
    Backstage, Twain was humble and nearly speechless when she reflected on the accolades.
    "I don't feel iconic, no, I can tell you that. I don't feel that way at all. I feel like a small-town girl from Timmins. That has never changed and it never will," she said, looking typically radiant in a long, flowing gown of black and white sequins with her long hair up in a ponytail.
    "I was overwhelmed by the support. I feel wonderful in Canada. The people have never let me down, the fans have always been amazing and I just love this place, what can I say? I'm just at home here."
    This year marked the 40th anniversary of the Junos, which Twain said she's watched since she was young.
    "I was in awe of our Canadian awards show, I was in awe of our Canadian stars," said Twain, 45, who married businessman Frederic Thiebaud New Year's Day in Puerto Rico.
    "And when I won my first Juno, that was it I'd made it."

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    I cant wait until she comes back, she's been gone WAYYYYY too long.


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