Shania Twain recognized as one of the greatest female artist in country music history, has a new collaboration in mind, and fans would certainly approve.
The Canadian singer-songwriter has partnered with several musicians over the years, including the one and only Harry Styles, whom she dueted in 2022, four years after showing interest in working with him.
Now, she has set her eyes on another award-winning musician — Adele — who has always been one of her biggest fans and will probably not mind the promising feature.
Shania Twain Says She Would Love To Sing With The ‘Fabulous Performer’ Adele
Twain recently spoke about the possibility of a future collaboration with Adele, whom she believes would be an extraordinary musical partner. It is no news that the “Hello” songstress adores the country music star, especially considering how she felt upon discovering Twain secretly attended one of her Las Vegas shows last November.
At the time, Adele admitted that she would have “self-combusted” if she had seen the ‘Queen of Country Pop’ at the concert. Months later, the duo met at the Grammy Awards ceremony, during which they chatted a bit, as revealed in Twain’s latest interview.
“I would love to sing with her,” the “You’re Still the One” vocalist told The Sun. “I think we would blend beautifully together. Obviously, that would be amazing.”
Twain praised the “Set Fire to the Rain” songstress, calling her a “great singer” with a unique style. She also enthused, “She’s a character on stage, too. She’s a fabulous performer. “She’s so funny. I like her a lot.
Speaking of their encounter at the Grammy Awards ceremony, the “From This Moment On” singer mentioned that Adele sat nearby and was “having a great time.” She further said, “We chatted about when I was in her audience, and I loved the show. It was such a beautiful show.”
Fans would expect nothing but the best from the superstars mainly because they made two of the best-selling female solo albums of all time, namely Twain’s 1997 album “Come On Over” and Adele’s 2011 collection “21.”
Meanwhile, the 58-year-old musician, who has spent most of this year on the road following the release of her latest album “Queen Of Me,” is prepping for her U.K. tour set to begin in Glasgow on Thursday, September 14.
She also hinted at new music coming: “I’ve got so much music that I wrote over the lockdown periods because I was, out of sheer boredom, needing an outlet for my creativity. I wrote a ton of stuff. I’ve got enough to make at least two albums right now,” she added. “That’s been building up, and I plan on making a new record as soon as I can.”
As fans count down to Twain’s upcoming collab with Adele, they may recall her remarkable feature with Harry Styles in 2022, whom she initially voiced her admiration for in 2018.
At the time Twain confessed that she was “obsessed” with the idea of singing with the “Matilda” vocalist who had released his debut studio album, “Harry Styles,” a year before her revelation.
Although the “Any Man of Mine” singer made no plans to progress with her wish, four years later, she and Styles performed her famous love single “You’re Still The One” at Coachella.
Fans were over the moon with the collab, including Twain, who said of the teamwork: “It’s kind of a dream, and very surreal to be sitting here and singing this song with you. I think I’m just in love.”
The Five-time Grammy Award Winner Revealed A Special Guest Will Be Joining Her Imminent Tour
Last month, Twain, who was on the U.S. phase of her “Queen Of Me” tour, delighted her numerous fans with news of tour stops in the U.K. and Ireland.
She announced the great news using a fun video, that a special guest, Daniel Gerard Breland, who was also featured in the clip, would be joining her at the upcoming shows.
The duo were filmed trying to bust an entrance door open expertly but failed severally before succeeding on the third try. Twain explained their amusing attempts in the caption after proclaiming:
“Love dueting with @breland so much. Sometimes it’s 🔥 and sometimes it’s 😂 I’m thrilled to announce he will be supporting me on my U.K. & Ireland tour too!”