Shania Twain is doing her part to make sure everyone has a happy and safe holiday. The songstress has filmed a domestic violence PSA, 'Sometimes Home Is Where the Hurt Is,' for the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), to air during the Christmas season.
Yearbook photos: They're a rite of passage, in a way. Everyone has that one photo they cringe at, or the 8x10 that mom still has hanging in the hallway, highlighting the fact that you were an awkward tween in every sense. Even famous country stars had to get yearbook photos taken before they were in the spotlight and on the red carpet.
Jelly sandals, JNCO jeans, Doc Martens, slap bracelets and scrunchies -- those are just a few memorable trends of the 1990s. And while a lot of those fashion choices are best laid to rest, there are some country music hits from the decade that we never want to let go.
Nov. 17, 1997 was a historic day for Shania Twain, and for country music. It was on this day, 17 years ago, that the singer's sophomore album, 'The Woman in Me,' was certified diamond, signifying sales of more than 10 million units.
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