Shania Twain may be in a happy relationship now, but the 51 year old singer tells Entertainment Tonight she has had some rough patches in her life.
And no doubt, country crooner lost her parents at 22. She has also experienced loss in the form of romantic relationships, with her 16-year marriage to music producer Robert "Mutt" Lange ending bitterly.
"My divorce was traumatising to me," she admits.
"My parents dying was the most devastating time of my life – I can't bring my parents back."
The singer also spoke about how her condition with Lyme disease has hindered her voice.
"My voice will never be exactly what it was before," she admitted. However, Twain is singing again and is set to release a new album in September.
The veteran also told the news site she's inspired by modern-day artists.
"I love so much of what's going on in music right now, and every genre," she revealed. "I love Kelsea Ballerini. She's sweet, she's humble, she's talented, she writes, so I admire that."
A pop star who has credited Twain for her musical journey is Taylor Swift and Twains says "She's a perfect example of 'I'm still myself, but I've changed."
"She's true to herself, and that's a spiritual thing. I'm so proud of her."
Stay tuned for more on Twain's new music.