Shania Twain celebrates her 50th birthday Friday as she continues to spread the gospel of positivity, self-confidence, and strength on her ongoing Rock This Country Tour.
From the time the Canadian born singer hit the scene in the early ’90s, the “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” singer has been known for her body-con red carpet style and darn-sexy concert ensembles—and now back on the road for what’s being billed as a farewell tour (no disrespect if we remain skeptical about that one…), her wardrobe department hasn’t felt the need to go in search of more fabric.
In honor of her 50th birthday, Twain will offer special ticket prices for her upcoming Allentown performance. Select tickets for Twain’s Oct. 2 performance will be available for $50, according to a news release from the PPL Center.
The special promotion will begin 10 a.m. Friday, on Twain’s birthday. Special ticket prices will be available through 10 a.m. Aug. 31.
So what’s Twain’s secret to looking so slim and youthful? Her regimen isn’t exactly an easy one for fans to follow.
Twain follows a no-nonsense, carb-free vegetarian diet.
“I stick to a mixture of real raw, whole-food items, every day,” Twain told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “I make sure I’m eating greens every day, and nuts, and food that’s not processed. I do that every day. If you end up eating breads and rice and pasta to satisfy yourself, then you’re probably not necessarily eating healthier. You might be sparing yourself some of the downsides of eating meat. But you’re not necessarily benefiting yourself by eating the starch.”
Twain’s also got some unusual advice on skincare.
Back in 2000, People Magazine dished that the Grammy-winning singer soothes her skin with a product made for milking cows — Bag Balm, first created in 1899 and originally used to “soothe cows’ irritated udders.”
“When my skin is really dry, I’ll rub it over my face and on my hair and leave it there all day,” the Ontario native told Britain’s Daily Telegraph.
Whatever she’s doing, it’s clearly working, as evidenced by the photos below: