Shania Star Stats - Country Weekly Dec. 25, 2001
Country Weekly Dec. 25, 2001. Thanks Darrell for the scan!
(from Country Weekly, Dec. 25, 2001, page 34, text typed up by CK and Cbspock! Thanks!)
Given name: Eilleen Regina Edwards; her chosen name, Shania, is the
Ojibwa Indian word for "I'm on my way"; Twain is the surname of her adoptive
Birth date: Aug. 28, 1965
Birthplace: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Raised: Timmins, Ontario
Parents: mother Sharon; father Jerry, an Ojibwa Indian, who adopted and helped raise Shania from the time she was 2; birth father Clarence Edwards; Sharon and Jerry were killed in a car accident in 1987 when Shania was 21.
Siblings: sisters Jill and Carrie-Ann; brothers Mark and Darryl
Spouse: South African-born veteran rock producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange, who has been Shania's producer and songwriting partner since 1995's The Woman In Me; married Dec. 28, 1993, at the Deerhurst Inn in Muksoka, Ontario; "Creatively, romantically, it's a wonderful, wonderful marriage. My husband, Mutt, is the producer of my dreams and the love of my life."
Son: Eja (pronounced Asia), born Aug. 12, 2001
Childhood dreams: "To live in a brick house and eat roast beef, to be kidnapped by Frank Sinatra and to be Stevie Wonder's backup singer."
Residence: a home on Florida's west coast and a castle in Switzerland
Going veggie: In 2000, Shania was voted "Sexiest Vegetarian Alive" by readers of Animal Times magazine. However, when she was a girl, her father taught Shania and her siblings how to kill their own food. "My job was to set the rabbit snares," she reveals. "I'm a vegetarian now, but I don't look down on people who eat meat."
How she unwinds: reading, horseback riding and crying shamelessly at films like My Best Friend's Wedding
Favorite Chirstmas albums: Christmas With Tammy Wynette and Mariah Carey's Merry Christmas; "I put them on when I'm cooking. It doesn't matter what time of year."
Grammys: 1999 Best Country Song ("Come On Over"), 1999 Best Female Country Vocal Performance ("Man! I Feel Like A Woman!"), 1998 Best Female Country Vocal Performance ("You're Still the One"), 1998 Best Country Song ("You're Still the One"), 1995 Best Country Album (The Woman In Me)
CMA award: 1999 Entertainer of the Year
ACM Awards: 1995 Top New Female Vocalist, 1995 Album of the Year (The Woman In Me), 1999 Entertainer of the Year
Diamond Albums: The Woman In Me (1995, 12 million); Come On Over (1997, 18 million); The Diamond Award is a Recording Industry Association of America certification level that signifies sales of 10 million or more.
Billboard Top 10 singles: "Any Man Of Mine" (No. 1, 1995); "(If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here" (No. 1, 1995); "You Win My Love" (No. 1, 1996); "No One Needs To Know" (No. 1, 1996), "Love Gets Me Every Time" (No. 1, 1997); "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" (No. 6, 1997); "From This Moment On" (No. 6, 1997, with Bryan White); "You're Still the One" (No. 1, 1998); "Honey, I'm Home" (No. 1, 1998); "That Don't Impress Me Much" (No. 8, 1999); "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" (No. 4, 1999); "Come On Over" (No. 6, 1999)
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