During a ‘That Does Impress Me Much’ segment at a talk show, the ‘Life’s About to Get Good’ singer additionally spills on the time she got locked out of a hotel bedroom naked.Advertisement
Shania Twain once accidentally urinated during a performance.
The Canadian singer-songwriter made an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen on Thursday night, November 15, and during the interview, she was asked a series of questions as part of a game titled “That Does Impress Me Much”. One question host Andy asked Shania was whether she had ever peed herself during a concert, to which she confessed she had.
“The show must go on… I was very clever in this one moment. I stood up from my chair to get up and sing. I peed myself, and the puddle, I just knocked my glass of water over,” she remembered, adding that thankfully no urine appeared on her outfit. “I was wearing a skirt, thank goodness. I stood up, it all came out, I was dry.”
However, the incident wasn’t the only time Shania experienced bathroom troubles. She also described a time when she was locked out of a hotel bedroom while looking for the bathroom.
“I was in Rome with my husband,” the 53-year-old sighed, adding that she was in the nude. “I get out of bed. I went to bed naked that night, and I had to go for a pee and I opened up the wrong door and I ended up in the hallway.”
As part of the chat, Shania spoke about her friendship with singer Harry Styles too, and detailed how she hit it off with Nicki Minaj when they met at music festival Coachella in April.
“We have met. I love him. He’s such a cutie! He’s an incredible singer. He’s a wonderful talent, and I want to work with him,” she commented of Harry, before adding of rapper Nicki: “She was so lovely. First of all, I’m a big fan of hers, a huge fan of Nicki Minaj. I told her I love her singing voice. She was very humble and just said, ‘Oh, you know, I’m not really a singer,’ and I said, ‘What! I love your singing voice.'”
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