Shania Twain Talks How COVID-19 Lockdown Influenced Her Marriage with Frederic Thiebaud

Rebelander Basilan
Aug 23, 2020
10:00 A.M.
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In a recent interview, Shania Twain shared the effect of the coronavirus lockdown on her marriage to husband, Frederic Thiébaud.


ET caught up with acclaimed singer Shania Twain recently, where she candidly discussed the influence of the COVID-19 lockdown on her marriage to Frederic Thiébaud, whom she exchanged vows with in 2011.

"You learn so much about each other, but I think more than anything, I've learned a lot about myself," Twain, 54, confessed. "We're closer, for sure. I think we realized through this that we're definitely going to make it."

Shania Twain at Los Angeles Zoo on March 08, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images


With the marital bliss she is enjoying, the Queen of Country Pop also said she realized she would never want to be alone in her life. 

Twain and Thiébaud have quite an unusual love story. The singer was first married to record producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange.

However, Lange's alleged relationship with Twain's best friend, Marie-Anne Thiébaud, led the couple to end their marriage.

Shania Twain and Frédéric Thiébaud at Microsoft Theater on November 24, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images


It was Marie-Anne's husband, Thiébaud, who first informed Twain about the news. Twain and Thiébaud later bonded over their mutual pain, which later transformed into love. 

The two became engaged in December 2010. And in January 2011, they tied the knot in Rincón, Puerto Rico.

The get-up came to characterize the vocalist with its provocativeness and charm.

Frederic Thiebaud and Shania Twain at Fort York on September 20, 2014 in Toronto, Canada. | Photo: Getty Images


These days, Twain can say that she is in the right person. Thiébaud not only gives her love but also unconditional support, especially in her cherished career.

Twain, who has sold more than 100 million records, and masked singer Orville Peck recently released a new song, titled "Legends Never Die."

Robert John "Mutt" Lange and Shania Twain at the Dominion Theatre in London West End, February 2000. | Photo: Getty Images


Many fans were delighted by the song and its music video, in which Twain recreated her iconic leopard look from 1997.

In the video, Twain can be seen singing with Peck as she flaunts her animal print outfit, which resembles the one she sported in the music video for her 1997 single, "That Don't Impress Me Much."

In the 1997 video, the singer roams around the desert in head-to-toe leopard print. She attempts to hitch rides from a series of attractive men, all of whom she rejects. 

The get-up came to characterize the vocalist with its provocativeness and charm. Twain just proved that she is blessed with both a beautiful voice and an alluring body.


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