Music superstar Shania Twain has enjoyed a long and successful career in the music industry, releasing a number of hit singles and albums along the way. Unfortunately though, Shania contracted Lyme Disease and, after some long discussions with her doctors and her family, she admits that she was worried that her singing career would have to come to an end.
Twain was a guest on the British morning show Lorraine, when she said, "I was clear of any immediate effects. But then I started having problems controlling my voice. At the time, I just figured I needed a break from music to rest. But that break became an extended break because my voice never came back. I lost a serious pleasure in my life. I believed I would never sing again."
While Shania Twain has gone on to make a bit of a recover and has been album to record and release some new music, she has admitted that her doctor recommended that she give up singing as her voice would never be the same again. Fortunately though, Shania worked hard on getting her singing voice back and has managed to record and release her new LP.
She added, "I was told that it was a permanent injury - but I still did it, I made another album. I am so grateful for this because it was a huge challenge to get singing again. I was able to do performances but couldn't commit to recording an album, which is different; it's a permanent imprint of your instrument. But it was a blessing in disguise."
We are glad to have you back, Shania.