You've got to see Shania Twain's new pink hair transformation

Anyone born before the Millennium will know the power of the phrase: "Let's go girls". You can be literally anywhere and in any scenario, and Millennials and Baby Boomers alike will come running once the words are spoken. It unites generations. There's no disputing the monumental legacy of the country queen, Shania Twain, but the singer has hidden from the limelight in recent years, so her recent revival has been exciting – to say the least.

Since her return to the spotlight, we've been hungry for any appearances she's blessed us with, but her latest has go to be her greatest yet. Not only was she referencing her iconic leopard print outfit from her 'That Don't Impress Me Much' music video, but she's done so with pink hair. Yes, you read that right.

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We've seen a fair few celebs – Lucy Bonynton and Adele to name just two – switching up their shades for a strawberry-blonde, but Shania (of course) has taken it one step further.

What's particularly shocking about this recent hair transformation is that we've never seen the icon deviate from her signature brunette locks – other to add in a few highlights here and there – so we immediately had to confirm it wasn't photoshopped. But no, this is 100% real, people.

The singer debuted her new bubble-pink locks whilst appearing at the 2022 People's Choice Awards, where she was honoured with the Music Icon Award (about time, if you ask us). Of course, she was sporting leopard print for the occasion and even wearing a hooded ensemble to reference her legendary music video. Can I possibly say the word 'legend' more?

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If you thought the country rockstar reached her peak in the 90's, you're clearly mistaken. Whilst the new hair shade is a crowd-pleasing update, you should hear her updated lyrics for 'That Don't Impress Me Much'. Spoiler: she's switched out Brad Pitt for Ryan Reynolds. It's a sign of the times.

All good things must come to an end though, as Shania did confirm the Barbie-inspired hair was in fact, just temporary. Her influence on our lives however, is permanent.

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