Shania Twain, Harry Styles collab a dream: Will it happen?

SHANGHAI, CHINA - NOVEMBER 20: Singer Harry Styles performs on the runway during the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show In Shanghai at Mercedes-Benz Arena on November 20, 2017 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret)

A collaboration with Harry Styles is described as a “dream” by Shania Twain.

The country music diva, who performed with the former One Direction member earlier this year at Coachella to perform her classics “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” and “You’re Still The One,” would love to create “magic” in the studio with him.

She stated on “TalkShopLive” with Nancy O’Dell that she was allowed to perform onstage with Styles at Coachella. He invited her to perform on his stage, which Twain described as “amazing,” and she’s now eager to collaborate.

She is confident that it will happen and that fans will be treated to the “magic” she experienced.

Shania is currently preparing to release her new album, “Queen of Me”, on February 3, 2023. She admitted that the pandemic gave her plenty of time to focus on writing and that the sessions yielded enough material for “four albums.”

She revealed that the COVID period gave her more time than she anticipated, so she has essentially written four CD-length songs. When she decided what “Queen of Me” was all about, the songs for the album fell into place quite naturally.

Twain, 57, discussed the potentially career-altering ramifications of the surgery, one of several invasive surgeries she has undergone due to her long battle with Lyme disease.

According to the singer, “Queen of Me,” which will be released on February 3, is the result of the singer pushing herself through a “fear zone” after initially attempting to write less vocally difficult songs.

The “You’re Still The One” singer stated that she “relearned” while recording “Queen of Me,” which she described as “definitely” her most significant album to date, particularly “vocally.”

Shania began singing in bars when she was eight years old to help support her family, and by the age of ten, she had written her first songs, “Is Love A Rose” and “Just Like the Storybook.”

After meeting John Kim Bell, who had contacts at the Canadian Country Music Association, Shania Twain left her family and devoted herself to music. Twain’s voice drew notice, but she was forced to put her career on hold after her mother and stepfather were killed in a tragic car accident, and she returned home to care for her sisters.

Her path was filled with numerous experiences that propelled her to the top of the industry, earning her worldwide renown and financial success once she resumed her focus on music.