Shania Twain “often went to bed hungry” as a child, but she is now “fortunate” to live on a farm and feed needy children.

Shania Twain is a Canadian singer-songwriter who has sold over 100 million records worldwide. As a result, she is the best-selling female country music artist of all time, as well as one of the best-selling artists in music history. She is known as the “Queen of Country Pop,” and her best-known songs include “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” and “Any Man of Mine.” The latter song earned the singer a Grammy Award.

Twain was born on August 28, 1965, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, as Eileen Regina Edwards. Sharon and Clarence Edwards are her biological parents, but they divorced when she was two, and her mother remarried to a man named Jerry Twain. Jerry took in Shania, as well as her sisters Jill and Carrie Ann. Sharon and Jerry had a son named Mark, and after Jerry’s mother died, they adopted Jerry’s nephew Darryl.