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Canadian-born singer and songwriter Shania Twain stepped into the spotlight with her 1995 album, "The Woman in Me." Her follow up effort, 1997's "Come On Over," went on to sell 40 million copies and made her an international country music and pop star.
Twain grew up in poverty but was writing her own songs by the time she was 10 years old. After both of her parents were killed in a 1987 plane crash, Twain got a job singing at a resort to support her three siblings. She continued writing songs and was eventually signed to Polygram Records.
"The Woman in Me" was only Twain's second studio album, but it received four Grammy nominations and won Best Country Album of the Year. She has won a total of five Grammy awards and was once named Country Songwriter of the Year by Broadcast Music, Inc.
In 2011, Twain starred in the OWN series, "Why Not? with Shania Twain," and released her memoirs. She also performed live, signing on for a two-year run of shows in Las Vegas that started in 2012.
Although she is primarily a performer, Twain became a model for Revlon cosmetics in the 1990s and has endorsed clothing brands, including Candie’s shoes and Gitano jeans. Her first perfume, the "western-chic" Shania Twain by Stetson, was launched in 2005 by Coty Beauty and developed in collaboration with Takasago International's Carlos Vinals. In 2007, Twain followed up with a more feminine scent, Shania Starlight, by perfumer Caroline Sabas of Givaudan.