While a certain British Harry has made waves over the last 24 hours thanks to his recent engagement announcement, it's time to take a break from royal news and turn our attention to another British Harry—former teen star and current heartthrob Harry Styles. Styles revealed in an interview with Entertainment Tonight that he takes inspiration—in both music and fashion sense—from the Canadian queen of country music, Shania Twain. It make sense, when you think about it—both have figured out how to spin a cross-genre record into a smash hit, both have a heart of gold when it comes to dogs, both love to take risks and rock a cheetah print print look.
In the interview, Styles calls Twain “amazing.” His official declaration of love for the singer in all her cheetah print glory should also serve as a petition for Styles to perform at the next big sporting event—the Super Bowl perhaps—in a big pile of puppies. Until then, we’ll have to tune in to Styles’ performance at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai, which airs November 28 at 10pm on CBS. R&B singer Miguel, Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. and Jane Zhang are also scheduled to perform as the glittering Angels Bella Hadid and Alessandra Ambrosio take the stage.
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Today, when she’s not too busy feeling unimpressed by nude photos of Brad Pitt, Twain can be found in her native Canada, being pulled onto stage by sled dogs at the Canadian Football League’s Grey Cup halftime show, where she recently performed her 1997 classics “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” in addition to “Life’s About to Get Good,” from her most recent album, Now.
If the best selling country-pop singer’s five Grammys aren’t enough for you, just remember that Canada, has incredibly bestowed upon us the female pop icons we all desperately need but probably do not deserve (Shania Twain, Céline Dion, Carly Rae Jepsen, to name a few). We are not worthy.
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