Shania Twain's Career in Photos
A five-time Grammy winner with more than 76 million albums sold worldwide, take a look back at Shania Twain's rise to fame.
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Rising Star
Shania's second studio album, The Woman in Me, rose to the top of the charts, and she snagged a Grammy for Country Album of the Year in 1996. 
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Awards-Season Sweep
In 1996, Shania received the Academy of Country Music's Album of the Year Award.
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Pop Star
Shania crossed over from country to pop in the late '90s with songs like "That Don't Impress Me Much." In 1998, she won Billboard Music Awards for Female Artist of the Year and Hot 100 Singles Female Artist.
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International Superstar
Shania performs the female power anthem "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" at the Grammys in 1999.
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The Royal Treatment
Shania sits next to Prince Charles during Capital FM's Party in the Park in 1999 in Hyde Park, London.
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Country Strong
Shania teamed up with fellow country superstar Tim McGraw to hand out a prize at the Country Music Awards in 1999.
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On the Up
In 2002, Shania's album Up was released with three different discs: pop, country and international. It not only topped the charts in the United States, but around the world as well—even hitting number one in Germany. Here, she poses with her Bambi Award for International Pop Star of the Year in Hamburg, Germany.
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Grand Entrance
In 2002, Shania opened the 36th annual CMA Awards by riding onto the stage on a motorcycle and launching her single "I'm Gonna Getcha Good." It was her first televised performance in more than three years.
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Across the Atlantic
In 2003, Shania continued to dominate the charts on the other side of the Atlantic. Her romantic ballad "Forever and for Always" was a top 10 hit in the U.K. and Germany. Here, she wows a crowd at the Smithwick's Kilkenny Festival in Kilkenny, Ireland.
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Big in '03
Shania tore up the stage while performing "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" at VH1's Big in '03 Awards in Los Angeles.
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Super Bowl Shuffle
Performing alongside No Doubt and Sting, Shania rocked the halftime performance during the 2003 Super Bowl.
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A Glam Entrance
Shania glammed it up for the 39th annual Country Music Association Awards in New York City in 2005.
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Hello Dolly
When Dolly Parton was recognized at the Kennedy Center Honors in 2006, Shania was on hand to help celebrate the country legend and perform her song "Coat of Many Colors."
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Vegas, Baby!
Shania made a grand entrance at the Country Music Awards in Las Vegas in 2007.
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O Canada
The Canadian-born singer went back to her roots in 2011, appearing at the Juno Awards in Toronto.