Oct 10, 2017
Jackie and Dana from The Big Time With Whitney Allen got a chance to sit down and have a chat with the queen of country herself, Shania Twain! Shania talked about her new album, filming a movie, potentially working with former One Direction members Niall Horan and Harry Styles, and how she was the last country act to perform the Superbowl Half Time Show! Check it out:Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/qqGQkZg
The country icon talks to us on the eve of the release of her new album.
Did you know pop princess Britney Spears recorded her 2001 ballad 'Don’t Let Me Be the Last to Know' inside the Swiss home of Shania Twain, the queen of country pop? It's true. Watch Twain tell Fuse about the collaboration.
One Direction members Liam Payne and Niall Horan just received new Australian song accreditations for their respective solo singles "Strip That Down (featuring Quavo)" and "Slow Hands." Both songs improved to triple-platinum status this week. The awards
Music video by Shania Twain performing Life's About To Get Good. (C) 2017 UMG Recordings, Inc.
Music video by Shania Twain performing Life's About To Get Good. (C) 2017 UMG Recordings, Inc. http://vevo.ly/WWv71w
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A phishing email that targets the cryptocurrency industry has been linked to the Lazarus Group, a shadowy hacking collective believed to work for North Korea.
Former UCLA basketball player LiAngelo Ball claims that his message of thanks to President Trump for freeing him from a Chinese prison.