Shania Twain went on to elaborate on the “scary symptoms” she suffered from before she was diagnosed with Lyme disease. The country superstar — who in 2003 had little more than a tic while riding horseback — said in his new Netflix documentary that his symptoms were “quite scary.
Illness affected Twain’s ability to perform
“Before I knew it, I was very dizzy on stage,” she said in “Not Just a Girl.” “I was losing my balance, I was afraid I would fall off the stage.” She said, “I was having these very, very, very millisecond blackouts, but regularly, every minute or every 30 seconds. Not only did the chronic illness affect Twain’s ability to perform, but country pop’s. The queen developed dysphonia, which caused her to temporarily lose her voice.
Twain underwent several Invasive Surgeries after the loss of his voice
“My voice was never the same again,” she recalled. “I thought I’d lose my voice forever. I thought it was, and I’ll never sing again.” Twain underwent several invasive surgeries following the loss of her voice. She told Extra in 2019, “Me Had to have an operation that was very intense. And this is an open-throat operation, very different from a vocal cord operation. I had two of those, so it was really, really, really hard. And I survived — Which means emotionally I survived – and I’m ready to just keep going.
You’re still the one” singer said in the doc?
In the midst of battling with her health crisis, the country singer also found out. that her husband of 15 years, Robert “Mutt” Lang, was cheating on her with her friend and personal assistant, Marie-Anne Thibaud. In that quest to determine what was causing the lack of control with my voice. And this change in my voice, I was facing divorce. My husband left me for another woman,” the “You’re Still the One” singer told Doc, she was “on a whole lot less.” and “seeed no point in going on with a music career.
After the voice recovered, Twain came back into the limelight
After her divorce was finalized and her voice recovered, Twain again came into the limelight. In a strange turn of events, the five-time Grammy winner has found love — and her voice — all over again. After going through such a difficult time together, Marie-Anne’s ex-husband, Frederic Thibaud, and Twain bonded over their shared grief in 2010. The pair’s relationship quickly turned romantic and a year later they got married.