Shania Twain posts epic response to Ashton Kutcher's jokes about her in 'The Ranch'

Ashton Kutcher knows that "From This Moment On" to never to mess with Shania Twain. After poking fun at the country super star in his new Netflix series The Ranch, the actor received a tweet from the Canadian singer that really put him in his place. "Note to self: Shania Twain… not easily impressed," wrote the actor on Twitter. Of course their exchange was all in good fun and Shania was a great sport about the jesting.

In the premiere episode of the new comedy, Ashton's character Colt makes a very NSFW joke using the title of Shania's hit song "Man I Feel Like a Woman."

When the actor took to Twitter to apologize for the crass joke, writing, "Apologies again, Miss @ShaniaTwain. I had no inhibitions, made no conditions and definitely got out of line. @TheRanchNetflix," he was met with an epic retort from the Timmins native. "Next time you're lonely, don't call on me. Try the operator, maybe she'll be free," wrote Shania, referencing lyrics from her song "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?"

The 50-year-old cleared up any worries about there being bad blood between the two stars by tweeting, "Having some laughs with @aplusk! :) Good luck with "The Ranch"!"

The Ranch, which is streaming now, sees Ashton reunited with his That '70s Show co-star Danny Masterson and also stars Elisha Cuthbert and Sam Elliott.

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