JUNO Spotlight: Shania Twain

Posted on the 06 March 2015 by Jennifervillamere
Shania Twain just announced her final tour will take her to 48 cities, including Vancouver, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal this June. (Check here for tickets.)  JUNO spotlight: Shania Twain
In December, she finished a massively successful two-year Vegas residency in December. She’s sold more than 75 million albums, with Come on Over making history as the bestselling album ever by a woman. That's all very well, Shania, but how many JUNO Awards have you won?
She’s been nominated 30 times and won 13 JUNOS. She's hosted once, in 2003, when the awards were broadcast from Ottawa. Here's what she won: 1996: Entertainer of the Year 1996: Country Female Vocalist of the Year 1997: International Achievement Award 1997: Country Female Vocalist of the Year 1998: Country Female Vocalist of the Year 1999: Best Country Female Vocalist 2000: Best Songwriter for Man! I Feel Like A Woman, You've Got A Way, That Don't Impress Me Much 2000: Best Country Female Artist 2003: JUNO Fan Choice Award 2003: Country Recording of the Year for I'm Gonna Getcha Good! 2004: Country Recording of the Year, UP! 2011: Canadian Music Hall of Fame And here are her losses: 1994: Country Female Vocalist of the Year 1996: Songwriter of the Year (lost to Alanis Morissette) 1996: Single of the Year for Any Man Of Mine (lost to Alanis Morissette's You Oughta Know) 1996: Female Vocalist of the Year 1996: Best Selling Album, The Woman In Me 1996: Album of the Year, The Woman in Me (lost to Alanis' Jagged Little Pill) 1998: Female Vocalist of the Year (lost to Sarah McLachlan) 1998 Album of the Year, Come On Over (lost to Sarah McLachlan's Surfacing) 1999: Best Songwriter for Don't Be Stupid, From This Moment On, You're Still The One (lost to Bryan Adams) 1999: Best Selling Album, Come On Over (lost to Céline Dion's Let's Talk About Love) 2001: Best Country Female Artist 2003: Songwriter of the Year, I'm Gonna Getcha Good! (lost to Chad Kroeger, Nickelback) 2003: Album of the Year, Shania Twain UP! (lost to Avril's Let Go) 2004: JUNO Fan Choice Award (lost to Nickelback) 2005: Single of the Year for Party For Two, lost to k-os' Crabbuckit (Holy shit, was that 10 years ago?! - Jenny) 2005: JUNO Fan Choice Award (lost to Avril) 2005: Country Recording of the Year, Party For Two (lost to George Canyon' s One Good Friend)

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