The country singer has gone through quite a whirlwind of events in the last decade. Her first husband was a South African record producer and they got hitched in the early 90s. Today, Shania Twain's marriage with Swiss entrepreneur Frédéric Thiébaud happened after an affair in an interesting turn of events. 

The 54-year-old musician spoke about her past and current relationships in a recent interview with AARP The Magazine. 

According to People, in 2008 her husband Robert John “Mutt” Lange told her that their marriage was over. The two got married in 1993.

A confused Twain reportedly found out weeks later that Lange was cheating on her with the couple's friend and personal assistant, Marie-Anne Thiébaud. At the time, Marie was married to who would soon become Twain's new husband. Frédéric reportedly told the country singer about their spouses' affair.

In the interview with AARP The Magazine, Twain told them, "It’s twisted. But so beautifully twisted."

Twain and Lange divorced in 2010. People claims that Twain and Frédéric leaned on each other as friends following the dissolution of their marriages. Eventually, that turned romantic and in 2011, the couple tied the knot. 

People wrote that Twain said of the experience, “Survival is everything. I was in quicksand. I panicked, like everybody does, but I didn’t surrender. I found a way out.”

The "You're Still The One" singer has a home in Switzerland where her husband originates from. She recently spent her Christmas holidays there with Frédéric and their two dogs. 

According to Biography, she and Lange moved to Switzerland together to "find themselves greater privacy" which was where they met the Thiébaud family. 

Biography also wrote that Twain and Lange share an 18-year-old son named Eja D'Angelo Lange.

Now, Twain is performing on her Let's Go! residency in Las Vegas that People reported began in December 2019 and will go until June 2020.

She's also dipping her toe into acting and her newest movie I Still Believe opposite Riverdale star KJ Apa will be in theatres on March 13. 

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