Shania Twain’s liquid diet helps her avoid a ‘nightmare’ concert
A liquid diet helps Shania Twain avoid a ‘nightmare’ concert mishap
Country music star Shania Twain practices a few rituals before she hits the stage.
Although she does not believe in superstitions, there is one thing she does not do before concerts.
The 57-year-old said that if he eats solid food hours before the show, he will burp. On show days, I usually don’t eat anything solid until after the show, only liquids. It’s a nightmare because I have to sing around the burp, and it’s distracting.
According to the singer, she maintains a fit physique through diet and exercise.
Her diet consists mostly of liquids, including protein shakes packed with vegetables.
USA Today reports that Mark Twain typically eats one meal a day and sometimes adds peanut butter or dark chocolate for a snack.
It was previously revealed that “That Don’t Impress Me Much” singer stays away from one food when she’s performing.
“Never eat dairy on a show day because it creates phlegm,” she advised.
She is taking a break from her Queen of Me World Tour to prepare for her Las Vegas residency, “Come on Over.” Tickets will go on sale later this month.
From 2019 to 2022, Twain will host a “Let’s Go!” residency, and from 2012 to 2014, he will host a “Still the One” residency.
As a musician who has been in the spotlight for decades, Twain candidly discussed how she has radiated confidence throughout her career.
“I’m always learning, but I’m enjoying the maturity of having confidence in my decisions,” she told People. It has given me a lot of room to play and be spontaneous, and I’m enjoying the confidence that experience has given me.”
Additionally, she reported that she is doing well after dealing with a number of health issues.
The outlet quoted her as saying, “I don’t know where this energy comes from right now.”. “Maybe it’s gratitude. I believe it’s a combination of gratitude and confidence. I just have more self-confidence. I don’t have time to doubt myself. It’s better to be wrong and make a mistake and still move forward than to be fenced in by fear or self-doubt. There’s just no time for that, no room for it. The things that I’ve learned along the way have become the ailments along the way.”