Shania Twain’s ‘Trip Down Memory Lane’ Instagram Photos Make Her Unrecognizable
Check out Shania Twain’s archival 1980s images.
Shania Twain is revealing to her fans what her life was like in the 1980s.
Twain, 57, reflected on the fashion of the 1980s decade, particularly the huge hair, in a series of flashback images she posted to Instagram on Thursday.
“A walk down memory lane, specifically the 1980s!” the “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” singer captioned her post. “That hair!!! 😂😂😂👀👀👀”
The first image showed Twain with larger-than-life hair in front of a sign that said, “The Twain Dream.” In the following picture, she donned a strapless white minidress and black elbow gloves, and her teased hair was swept to one side.
The following slide showed Twain socialising with some old pals while sporting a puffy haircut.
The last image was a close-up beauty shot of the growing star of the time.
Naturally, the Canadian native’s admirers gushed about the gorgeous throwback images in the comments.
“Beautiful hair! Both then and now, you were incredibly lovely!!! “Instagram user commented something.
“I love this; big objectives equal huge hair!” Another continued, while another remarked: “Gorgeous as always.”
However, some of the singer’s fans were less interested with her vintage hairstyles and more interested in the apparent hints Twain left in some of the pictures.
Followings have drawn attention to a sign that appears to have been added in post that reads, “Gotta be now or never,” which many believe could be a clue at a forthcoming song.
Other fans drew attention to the last photo, editing the numbers “9” and “23” onto her earrings in the picture to support the hypothesis that the reported new song would be released on September 23.
“More than just hair do I see? “23.09” and “Gotta be now or never” AHHHH “Someone left a comment.
“23 and 9. Do you need to tell us anything, Shania? “Another person added.
Given that Twain had accepted the ACM Poet’s Award earlier this week, if the fan theories are accurate, September will be a significant month for him.
At the ceremony on Tuesday, September 13, Twain was among a host of other country music luminaries, including Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lamber, and Morgan Wallen.