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Shania Twain, 54, talks aging in Hollywood: “I’m not going to sit there’

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Shania Twain is not to let her age limit her.

The 54-year-old Canadian singer has recently said on the “LadyGang” podcast, in which they have more trust and confidence have grown over time, according to Us Weekly.

“For me, personally, as I’m sure it will be very different for everyone, but I just started up with the times,” she said. “Stepping out of the battles I couldn’t win. I mean, you know, the ageing of the population, it is a battle you cannot win.”

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The “Act Like a Lady,” the author continues, “That’s the struggle, and the focus and energy it takes, it is taking up too much space!). In my personal life, my emotional state, my mental state … I’ve got songs to write. I’m not going to go sit down.”

Twain’s work is not slowing down any time soon. She has the lead role in the upcoming film, ‘I Still Believe’ and ‘Riverdale’ star KJ Apa, and is currently headlining a Las Vegas residency after the release of the new music in 2017.

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“I’d rather dream about the songs and dreaming of other things I want to do in my life, and I just want to be with a man. I want to fantasize about it and enjoy what I do and it just, like, forget about all the things I can not change, or that I can’t do it all,” Twain said. “Well, I think it would be a waste of time and energy on trying to slow my aging process down.”

The hit-maker admitted that she is glad to get strong, and have a good second marriage to Frédéric Thiébaud. “I’m just going to have to be healthy, and I am so much more accepting of the way I look at it, you know, one with and one without clothes,” she pointed out.

In January, in an interview with AARP the magazine, Twain talked about how her confidence in her appearance grew with age.

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“I’m more comfortable with my body now than I was when I was younger,” Twain said. “It was a real struggle at the time. However, with age, you ask, ” OK, how many more years do I have to live, and I really want to live them to feel negatively about myself and things that I may not be able to change it?'”

“I think it’s just not worth it,” she added. Age brings perspective. Every day I learn something new. And I’m going to do it until the day I die.”

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