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Shania Twain Says She Not Suited to Stardom
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Singer Shania Twain, back on top of the music charts after a two year break, says she doesn’t really relish the limelight.
“My personality isn’t suited to what I ended up doing,” Twain told People magazine in an interview.
“I wish my parents had spent more time worrying about my education, than me being a star. When people try to treat me like a star, it makes me withdraw. Ten years from now, if I’m still in the limelight, I just can’t imagine it,” she added.
Canadian-born Twain, 37, burst onto the music scene in the late 1990s with her multi-platinum selling album “Come on Over” and scored six number one hits on the Billboard country charts with songs like “You’re Still the One” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much.”
The country/pop crossover star released her comeback album “Up!” last month after withdrawing from public life in 2000 to go and spend time with her record producer husband in their Swiss chateau. Their time together produced a son Eja, who is now 16 months old.
“I needed a break physically and mentally,” Twain was quoted as telling People in its Friday edition. “I needed to leave behind the whole ‘Shania’ thing and be myself. For the first time in my life I was just resting.”