Despite the success she has had throughout her career, Shania Twain’s journey was not without its challenges. One such challenge came in the form of throat surgery, which she underwent to address the Lyme disease she had contracted from an insect bite.
The surgery was a difficult and daunting experience for the singer, despite its purpose of helping her overcome her illness. Despite this setback, Twain has not let it slow her down. She continues to give electrifying performances and remains a formidable presence in the music industry, even in the company of her younger counterparts.
“Despite the setback of her throat surgery, Shania Twain has not let it slow her down. Last year, she delivered a powerful performance alongside Harry Styles, and recently, she captivated audiences with her hit songs at the People’s Choice Awards.”
“Shania Twain’s journey as a singer is not without its challenges. In an interview for Instyle’s February cover story, she opened up about her past fears. Her throat surgery, which took place over two decades ago, is still a vivid memory for the singer.”
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“Shania Twain’s throat surgery left her feeling scared and uncertain. Despite her success with albums like “Come on Over,” an unfortunate incident during a horseback ride changed her life. She contracted Lyme disease from an insect bite, which caused her to slow down and led doctors to believe that a vocal nerve had been damaged.”
“The impact of Shania Twain’s throat surgery left her fearful, but it did not stop her from her successful career as a singer. However, an unfortunate incident during a horseback ride changed her life forever. She got infected with Lyme disease from an insect bite which caused her to slow down and led doctors to believe that a vocal nerve had been damaged.”
“For more than a decade, Shania Twain’s struggles with Lyme disease and subsequent throat surgery made it difficult for her to continue singing. However, in 2018, her surgery was deemed a success. Despite this, the singer felt afraid to use her voice. She told a magazine, ‘After I had the surgery, I was petrified to make a sound. I didn’t know what was going to come out.’ ”
“Thankfully, her fear did not last long. Shania Twain found the courage to relearn how to use her voice and has been active in the music scene. She has been performing on stage and is set to release her fifth album, “Queen of Me” next month.
“Despite past troubles, Shania Twain has learned to appreciate her art. The Grammy-winning “Queen of country pop” has moved on from her divorce with her ex-husband, who she found out was seeing her best friend. She said, ‘I’m just enjoying where I am’.”