Shania Twain returns to her roots on new album cover

By Hayley Bradbrook

Shania Twain returns to her roots on new album cover

Shania Twain does impress us much! The Canadian icon revealed the cover art for her fifth studio album NOW on social media Wednesday (June 14) and announced that the record is set to be released on Sept. 29.

And while the country superstar looks absolutely breathtaking in the new photo, it’s her wardrobe that has everyone talking. Years after she had fans racing to get their hands on anything animal print after the release of her video “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” Shania pays homage to her iconic look by rocking some leopard print gloves!

In addition to her new album cover, the “Queen of Country Pop” shared artwork for the record’s first single “Life’s About To Get Good,” which she released early on YouTube ahead of tomorrow’s official launch date. In the portrait, Shania is seen showing off her mega-watt smile while relaxing in a field and wearing a casual blue and white buttoned up shirt.

New Shania music has been years in the making, and no one is more excited than the singer herself. “The day is finally here! Incredibly excited to announce that my new album NOW is available to pre-order,” she tweeted to her 848,000 followers.

The “Any Man of Mine” songstress first shared news about her album and single while appearing as a mentor on The Voice in April. She then teased her new sound during her headlining gig at the Stagecoach Festival in May, and come tomorrow morning, she’ll give fans ever more reasons to celebrate when she debuts new songs on NBC’s morning show TODAY.

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