Shania Twain Celebrates the 25th Anniversary Of ‘The Woman In Me’

Shania Twain; Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy
Shania Twain; Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy
Shania Twain; Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy

Shania Twain’s iconic The Woman In Me album turned 25 on Friday (Feb. 7) and the superstar took to social media to celebrate the incredible milestone.

Admitting she “cannot believe” it’s been 25 years since she released the record, Twain went on to reflect on what The Woman In Me means to her.

“This is really the album that started it all off for me,” she shared. “It was the first certified-Diamond album and 25 years later, I am still enjoying singing these songs every night. The album means a great deal to me. It’s been a very personal journey and I am very grateful for this album.”

Released on February 7, 1995, The Woman In Me broke countless records and went on to become certified 12x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), marking sales in excess of 12 million units.

Featuring hits like “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?,” “Any Man Of Mine” and “You Win My Love,” The Woman In Me took Twain’s career to new heights.

To this day, Twain performs several songs from the album during her live show. Fans can catch her in Sin City during her Shania Twain “Let’s Go!” The Las Vegas Residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino throughout 2020. New dates were just announced for the residency. Fans can learn more HERE.

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