Shania and Frederic married after prior marriages in 2011.
Shania Twain has only one rule: don’t eat her potato chips! On Friday, August 25, the singer shared a joyful new video with fans, which starred her adored husband, Frederic Nicolas Thiebaud.
Shania was shown in the video with her legs crossed over Fredreic’s lap, holding a bag of paprika potato chips. But as Frederic reached for a chip, she yanked the bag away and began singing along to her hit track ‘Whatever You Do! Don’t!’ from her critically acclaimed album Come On Over, which you can see in the video below…
“I NEVER SHARE my paprika potato chips!” “#comeonover,” she captioned the image, and fans appreciated the rare glimpse into her personal life. “More husband posts so sweet!,” one follower commented, while another added, “Real definition of couple goals!”
“You two are adorable. It was fantastic watching him stroll around taking pictures of you at your event. “I’d love to see it,” said a third.
While Shania and Frédéric have a love relationship (they married on January 1, 2011), they prefer to keep their public excursions as a couple to a minimum.
Shania was accompanied by her husband Frédéric.
Earlier that year, on music’s biggest night, Frederic joined his wife when she presented the award for Best Country Album during the main televised presentation at the Grammys.
“What a night of honoring my fellow musicians and songwriters. “Huge congratulations to all the winners and nominees of the night,” Shania posted a photo of herself cuddling with Frederic on Instagram.
It’s been a busy year for the 57-year-old, who is also commemorating the 30th anniversary of her self-titled first album and the 26th anniversary of her award-winning critically praised album Come On Over on November 6, 2023.
Shania Twain’s seminal album was published in 1997.
Shania’s most iconic singles, including ‘Man! I Feel Like a Woman’ and ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much,’ were included on the record, and she recently announced a special documentary with the BBC to commemorate the occasion.
“To commemorate Come On Over, @bbctwo will air a special show titled ‘Shania Twain at the BBC’ this Saturday night!” “Watch from 9:15pm BST,” she captioned the post, which included a trailer.
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She also said that she would be returning to Las Vegas for a brand new residency.
“I’m thrilled to be returning to Las Vegas for my third residency, Come on Over.” It’s a privilege to perform in Vegas, and I adore this theater. The audience can expect ALL THE HITS, as well as a few fan favorites from the new album. “I’m in a celebratory mood, and there’s no better place to party than VEGAS, so I hope you all join me!” she said in a statement.
Shania will also visit the UK for more tour dates, and she has confirmed that emerging country star Breland will join her as an opening act.