Shania Twain may have Good Morning Britain hosts Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins to thank for her next duet! The Canadian superstar was on the show talking about her Now tour and album when Kate mentioned that the country star has a big fan in Harry Styles - and Shania revealed that he'd be a dream collaboration.
"I would love that!" the 52-year-old said. "I'm so glad you put that out there! Harry, can you hear us out there? That would be awesome."
Harry has been vocal about his love of the "You're Still The One" singer, telling Entertainment Tonight at the Victoria's Secret show in Shanghai that she's an artist that's influenced him greatly. “I think both my music and fashion main influence was probably Shania Twain” the former One Direction singer said. “Yeah, I think she’s amazing.”
Shania was clearly flattered when the TV hosts recounted his comments: "Such a huge compliment! First of all he's incredibly talented, so that feels really good. And also he does represent a very big part of my audience. There's a lot of people his age that were children when 'Man, I feel like a woman' came out. And all of that early stuff. And it's just nice to hear the respect that comes from that age group and know that they were influenced and hopefully in a very positive way by what I was doing and what I represented."
Canada's Queen of Country Pop is hitting another career high as she embarks on her latest tour next month. Following a long and painful battle with Lyme Disease, during which time Shania's voice threatened to give out, the singer has released Now, her first in 15 years! On May 3, she'll also be heading out on the road for her first world tour in more than a decade, which includes stops in Vancouver, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Hamilton, London and Toronto.
"I've got a whole new appreciation for singing than ever before. I felt like I lost a part of myself and my own self expression," she told Kate and Charlotte. "But I'm back at it and enjoying the stage, enjoying the studio and excited about getting back out there with my new music."