Shania Twain 58 Criticized For Wearing Underwear And Fishnets During Show

Shania Twain 58 Criticized For Wearing Underwear And Fishnets During Show

Shania Twain, the iconic country music star, has recently found herself at the center of a social media storm. The 58-year-old singer, known for her bold fashion choices and powerful performances, has been criticized for her daring stage outfit during a recent show. Twain took to Instagram on May 10 to share a photo of herself performing in a striking ensemble that included black high-waisted bottoms, a black bra, a black open shirt with a sheer train, leather shoulder pads, and gold details. Her look was completed with a crimped hair wig, fishnet stockings, and black panties, leaving her pantless.

In her Instagram post, Twain shared a picture of her performance look and a flyer for her upcoming concert at Hyde Park in London. She captioned the post, “Let’s go girls!! @thecorrsofficial @annemarie @elleking @natalie_imbruglia. London, this show is gonna be reeeeeal fun – get your tickets for @bsthydepark now!” The July 7 concert is part of her UK tour, where she will be headlining several festivals, including performances in Belfast, Dublin, Stirling, Lancashire, and Chepstow Racecourse.

Twain’s bold outfit quickly garnered attention and sparked a mix of reactions from fans. While many praised her for her confidence and style, others were less impressed. One fan commented, “You are aging backwards!!” while another said, “Always Very Hotter Beautiful Shania Twain.” However, not all feedback was positive. Some fans expressed their disapproval, with one asking, “What’s happened to your legs. So thin?” and another remarking, “No shape anymore, no curves, stick legs.”

Despite the criticism, Twain remains unfazed and continues to embrace her unique style. Her recent tour, the Queen of Me Tour, was her fifth headlining concert tour and took place in North America. The tour kicked off on April 28, 2023, in Spokane, Washington, and concluded in Vancouver, Canada, on November 14, 2023. During one of her Canadian stops, Twain was involved in a bus accident. The accident occurred as the bus was en route from Winnipeg to Saskatoon. Fortunately, Twain was unharmed, although other crew members received prompt medical attention for non-life-threatening injuries.

Twain’s team, Maverick Management, released a statement explaining that the crash was due to “dangerous driving conditions” caused by inclement weather and involved multiple vehicles, including one crew bus and one truck. The statement expressed gratitude to the emergency services teams for their quick response and ongoing support.

In addition to her tour, Twain is set to release a vinyl album on June 28, titled “The Greatest Hits – Summer Tour Edition 2024 – Honey, I’m Home.” The album will include remastered versions of her chart-topping hits such as “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” and “You’re Still The One,” as well as the single “Giddy Up!” from her latest album, “Queen Of Me,” which went number one in the UK in 2023.

Twain’s bold fashion choices have always been a topic of discussion among fans and critics alike. During her performance at the Lytham Festival on July 4, Twain wore an orange puffer jacket paired with a black cowboy hat, black fishnet tights, and long lace-up black athletic shoes. Her outfit once again divided fans, with some praising her confidence and others questioning her choice of attire.

One fan commented, “I think most women would ❤️ to look that good at 58. Shania is an incredibly talented performer and a stunning lady.” Another fan added, “We absolutely adore you❤️🙌.” However, some fans were less impressed, with one asking, “Did you lose your trousers?” and another stating, “What is she wearing? Is that underwear? Pretty tasteless. Why the desperate need for attention?”

Despite the mixed reactions, Twain continues to captivate audiences with her performances and unique style. Her hit song “That Don’t Impress Me Much” remains a fan favorite, with around 196 million streams online. During her performance of the song at the Lytham Festival, a touching moment occurred as a mother and daughter embraced while singing along to the lyrics.

Twain’s dynamic presence and powerful vocals were evident throughout the festival, with fans sharing their excitement and enjoyment online. Melanie Smith, editor of Louder Than War, shared her perspective on Instagram, praising Twain’s entertaining presence and emotional connection with the audience.

Twain’s ability to collaborate with fellow artists was also highlighted during the festival, as she performed alongside Canadian-American country pop singer and guitarist Lindsay Ell. The duo’s chemistry and musical synergy added another layer of excitement to the event.

Twain’s boldness and self-expression continue to inspire her fans, proving that age is just a number when it comes to embracing one’s true self. Despite the scrutiny and criticism from some fans, Twain remains firm in her decision to never go under the knife and to embrace her natural beauty as she ages.

In a past interview, Twain discussed her approach to aging, stating, “Every month or day that I may notice another sag or another bit of cellulite, I want to know it’s there. I want to be OK with it instead of thinking, I have to cover it up or not to look.” She emphasized the importance of feeling confident and liberated, stating that she wants to take the stage without feeling the need to cover up.

Twain’s carefree attitude and fearless spirit continue to resonate with her fans, proving that she is a true icon in the world of country music.

Source: The Mirror, Instagram, Louder Than War

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