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Shania Twain Addresses Ex-Husband’s Affair in Netflix Documentary: ‘I Thought I Lost My Voice Forever’


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Shania Twain reflects on her relationship with ex-husband Robert “Mutt” Lange.

Twain, 56, shared what it was like to learn of her ex-husband’s affair in her new Netflix documentary “Not Just a Girl.”

“It was just as intense losing my parents,” she said in the documentary’s trailer. “I thought I had lost my voice forever. I thought that was it.”

Shania Twain reflects on her ex-husband Robert Lange’s affair in her new Netflix documentary.
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In 2008, after 15 years of marriage, Twain learned that Lange, 73, was having an affair with his then close friend and personal assistant Marie-Anne Thiebaud.

Twain and Lange’s divorce was finalized in 2010.

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Lange and the Grammy-winning singer share a son, Eja, 20. Apart from their personal lives, the duo have also worked together.

Grange was a record producer, and he co-wrote and produced several songs for Twain. Some of them include: “It doesn’t impress me much”, “Any Man of Mine” and “You’re Still the One”.

Twain and her husband Frederic Thiebaud bonded following the betrayal of their spouses and married in 2011.

Twain and her husband Frederic Thiebaud bonded following the betrayal of their spouses and married in 2011.
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After the affair, Twain turned to her personal assistant’s ex-husband, Frederic Thiebaud, for support as they shared the same pain. The couple’s relationship eventually blossomed, and Twain and Thiebaud married in 2011.

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The Netflix documentary delves deeper into Twain’s life and how she managed to cross genres and become a country star and a pop star.

Twain talks in her documentary about how she was able to go from a country superstar to a pop star.

Twain talks in her documentary about how she was able to go from a country superstar to a pop star.
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“She was the first person to open that door and cross musical genres,” Lionel Richie said of Twain in the trailer. “She was that trailblazer.”

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Kelsea Ballerini, a country-pop singer, added, “Shania changed country music because she said, ‘Oh, those are the lines? Cool.'”

The Twain documentary hits the streaming service on July 26.


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