Harry Styles Surprises Coachella Crowd With Country Icon Shania Twain: “This Lady Taught Me To Sing”

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Ladies and gentleman… Shania Twain.

Harry Styles treated Coachella fans to a special guest during his headlining performance last night in Indio, California. Somebody who influenced him from such an early age, he brought out pop country legend Shania Twain with a heartfelt introduction:

“In the car with my mother as a child, this lady taught me to sing. She also taught me that men are trash.

But to you, the memories you gave me with my mother, I will be forever grateful. I’m so grateful you are here tonight, this is very special for me. Thank you so much.”

To which Shania replied:

“I’m so honored and thrilled to be here, thank you Harry… I’m kind of lost for words, I’m a bit starstruck, what can I say?

No, really, I’m a fan of you, of course. I realize that when I was writing this song, you were just a little kid. It’s kind of a dream and very surreal to be sitting here right now to sing this song with you.

I think I’m just in love and this song is all about love. So let’s just sing about love.”

I mean, who wasn’t bumping Shania in the ’90s?


Performing “Man! I Feel Like A Woman,” and “You’re Still The One,” the duo brought the house down:

Here’s the full performances:

“Man, I Feel Like A Woman”

“You’re Still The One”

Shania Twain Explains The Real Reason Why She Called Out Brad Pitt

We all know the great Shania Twain can be hard to impress…

And when it comes to Brad Pitt? Forget about it.

I mean, she said as much herself in her 1997 song “That Don’t Impress Me Much”:

“Okay, so you’re Brad Pitt,

That don’t impress me much,
So you got the looks, but have you got the touch”

Of course, the point of the song is that she doesn’t care about a guys outward appearance or success, and that she cares more about the kind of person he is and what’s on the inside.

But, that didn’t stop everyone from wondering why Brad Pitt was the one real life celebrity guy she singled out by name in the lyrics.

Back in 2017, she explained to Billboard that it was a misunderstanding and the shade had nothing to do with what she saw in the nude photos of Brad and Gwyneth Paltrow back in the day:

“You wanna know the truth about this story? I have never told this before, I’m gonna say it now, but everybody already knows about it ‘cuz it was out.

But I remember, I had a girlfriend visiting me, and it was near Christmas and we were baking cookies.

And I was writing this album, and there was scandal of him and Gwyneth where there were naked photos of them, okay? And this was like all the rage, right?”

She said what she meant by that line is that she didn’t understand why people were making such a big deal about the photos to begin with, because we see naked people every single day:

“I just thought ‘I don’t know what all the fuss is about.’ And this is where I took it from. I’m like, well that don’t impress me much, I mean what is all the fuss.

We see people naked everyday, you know? And that’s really what I thought.”

She reiterated that it had nothing to do with Brad’s manhood, and that those lyrics could’ve been replaced with any other hot guy you know of instead… but I have to think she knew people would be skeptical about why she included his name specifically for this song:

“I wasn’t picking on Brad Pitt, but that was just the association in that moment and things that we make fusses about and whatever. Of course, it could’ve been any gorgeous guy.”

Whatever you say, Shania…

“That Don’t Impress Me Much” was co-written by Shania and her ex-husband and former producer, Robert John “Mutt” Lange, and released in released in 1998 as the seventh single from her 1997 third studio album, Come On Over. It was a top 10 single for her, peaking at #8 on the Billboard U.S. Hot Country Songs chart.

And it seems like the Brad and Shania can can laugh it off now, as she even wished Brad a happy birthday on Twitter back in 2020.

Shania’s telling of the whole story is hilarious:

But, the best part of the song is possibly the iconic music video, where Shania parades around the desert in a head-to-toe leopard outfit:


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock