Shania Twain is coming back to the limelight in more ways than one.
As fans continue to wait for the legend’s new music, she’s opening up about another new thing she’d like to try.
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“Just last week [I] did an episode on a sitcom,” Shania said Tuesday (4/18) on The Late Late Show with James Corden. “I had so much fun! I think this is something that I’d like to do more of for sure.”
Shania was first bit by the acting bug in 2004 when she made a cameo appearance in the hit movie at the time, I Heart Huckabees. Since then, she’s been absent from all things entertainment, only returning for a Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace and a farewell tour in 2015.
Fans now await the “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” singer’s fifth studio album, her first in more than 15 years.
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