Shania Twain is currently promoting her new album Queen Of Me (which is literally out today!), and recently showed up at a Republic Records event looking completely unrecognizable/completely amazing with long blonde hair. Like, genuinely did a double take:

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Reminder that Shania will be presenting at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, so here’s to hoping she shows up wearing her full “That Don’t Impress Me Much” leopard print fit:

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Shania Twain – That Don’t Impress Me Much (International/Europe Version)

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Shania also recently teased a duet with Harry Styles (they performed together at Coachella last year) during a conversation with Entertainment Tonight, saying, “Everyone on the planet, even if they don’t admit it, wants to sing with Harry Styles. Because, well, there’s so many reasons. I can give you a long list of reasons. I was lucky enough to already do that…. I do have a dream. I do love his song ‘Falling.’ So if I did that, a duet with him on that, that would be awesome.”

Truer words. And Shania’s about to embark on a tour, so here’s to hoping Harry will show up! Go ahead and stream Queen of Me ’til then, which Shania said is a super positive album that she wrote to keep herself in good spirits.

“I was bent on staying positive, and keeping myself on a very optimistic track,” she explained to ET. “So, if I was thinking about something negative or I was, you know, thinking about something that was irking me or I [was in the] wrong frame of mind, for whatever reason, [writing would allow me to] snap myself out of it. Turn it around, make it positive.”

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Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm, She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade. 

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