December 27, 2000 - The Star
lists Krispy Kreme doughnuts as Shania Twain's junk food secret craving.
They also quote Shania as saying, "Women are being taken more seriously
now. They have a new confidence they didn't have 25 years ago."
24, 2000 - The Globe reports Shania and Mutt Lange are seeing a marriage
counselor to try and save their marriage of seven years. A pal told the
Globe, Shania's marriage to Mutt has been cracking for a number of years.
Now they're talking with counselors to try and recover the love they had."
December 24, 2000 - Shania
Twain finished as the #32 most popular search on Lycos.com for the year,
with the #1 position going to Britney Spears.
December 23, 2000 - MTV Asia
reports Shania Twain's third album "Come On Over" has beaten the sales
record set by Whitney Houston's soundtrack for "The Bodyguard" in the category
of solo female artist.
December 17, 2000 - Shania
Twain is featured in an autographed picture auction on ebay. The photo,
item #526962422, is bid at $14.95 and ends today.
December 16, 2000 - Shania
Twain's tour rider has been published by The Smoking Gun. To view the 5
page report, click here.
December 7, 2000 - People
for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has polled it's members who
named Shania Twain the sexiest vegetarian alive. Twain says, "I don't eat
meat, fish or eggs. I was never a big meat eater, but I've got more energy
December 4, 2000 - Entertainment
Weekly reports details on why Shania's planned Christmas album won't be
available. A source close to Shania told EW, "As she was working on it,
she began writing songs and decided to focus on a new CD rather than rush
to get something out by Christmas." They add Shania is working on a new
album that should be out in 2001.
December 3, 2000 - Heavy.com's
Behind the Music That Sucks features an animated comedic look at Shania
Twain and her marriage to Mutt Lange.
December 2, 2000 - Shania
Twain has been nominated for the Female Musical Performer category in the
27th Annual People's Choice Award which will be held January 7, 2001, at
9 p.m. on CBS.
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