Shania Twain’s Most Iconic Music Videos

There are so many words that could describe Shania Twain. Iconic. Super star. Genius. Idol. The thing is, Twain is a music legend. Recently, Netflix released a new documentary about Twain titled Not just a girl. The documentary takes fans through Twain’s career and the creative efforts the singer put into her music videos. Here’s a look at some of Twain’s most iconic music videos.

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5. “I’m going to treat myself!”

Twain released the song “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!” as the first single from his album At the top!and the song dropped on October 7, 2002.

The “I’m going to have fun!” The music video combines a dystopian plot with a musical performance. In the music video, Twain rides a motorcycle through a futuristic city while trying to avoid being captured by a giant robot.

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This script (which features a twist at the end) is intercut with scenes of Twain performing “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!” with a band.

4. “The woman in me (needs the man in you)”

The song “The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You)” is the title track from Twain’s 1995 album. The woman in me.

Twain’s music video for “The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You)” features an expansive set as it was filmed in Egypt.

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Throughout the clip, Twain rides a horse in the desert and sings as he walks among the pyramids.

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3. “You’re still the one”

“You’re Still The One” was released on Twain’s 1997 album Come here. The song was released as a single in 1998 and represents Twain’s crossover from country to pop.

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In the “You’re Still The One” music video, Twain sings while lying on the sand at night. The entire music video is heavily tinted blue.

John Devoe appears in the clip, and as he takes a bath he sees Twain singing at the beach on a television that sits by the tub.

2. “It doesn’t impress me much”

The leopard outfit Twain wears throughout the “That Don’t Impress Me Much” music video is forever etched in pop culture history.

“That Don’t Impress Me Much” was released on Twain’s album Come hereand it was released as a single in December 1998.

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In the music video, Twain walks through the desert wearing a leopard print outfit while carrying leopard print luggage. As she is hitchhiking, several men, including Devoe, stop to try to pick up Twain, but she turns each one down.

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1. ‘Dude! I feel like a woman’

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Like several songs on this list, “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” was released on Twain’s album Come here. It was later released as one of the singles from the album in 1999.

In the music video for “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” Twain performs with a group of men who all dressed the same. Twain wears a black suit with a top hat and a veil. as the music video continues, Twain removes the costume to reveal that she was wearing a short black dress underneath.

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