Shania Twain fans say she looks just like Cruella de Vil in Grammys outfit
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Shania Twain took the red carpet by storm with an outfit people are comparing to Cruella de Vil.
The 57-year-old country music icon sent fans into a frenzy with a spectacular polka dot black and white suit.
The 'That Don't Impress Me Much' singer's campy look, which was designed by Harris Reed, consists of flared trousers, a matching blazer and a massive top hat.
And she pulls it off so well!
The five-time Grammy Award winner is presenting at this year's ceremony and she's marking the occasion with flame red hair as an extra pop of colour against her suit.
She matched the red do with vibrant red lipstick.
It turns out the look was the Shania Twain Disney combo we never knew we needed until now.
"It’s giving Cruella De Vil," one fan wrote on Twitter as Shania strutted the red carpet.
"Shania Twain giving Cruella De Vil," another spectator commented.
While a third quipped: "Why does Shania Twain look like Sofia Vergara auditioning for Cruella De Vil."
A fourth tweeted: "Shania Twain lookin like Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians or no."
While someone else responded with: "101 Dalmatians is shooting down the street."
Speaking of 101 Dalmatians, we'd love to see Emma Stone's reaction to Shania's outfit.
Shania is a fashion icon in her own right, with her leopard print ensemble from the 'That Don't Impress Me Much' music video becoming one of the most recognisable outfits worn by a musician of all time.
Ahead of the release of her new album Queen of Me, the mum-of-one opened up about body confidence after menopause.
Explaining how she feels ‘comfortable in my own skin’ and wants to share her confidence, Shania added: “I was just so unashamed of my new body, you know, as a woman that is well into my menopause.
"I'm not even emotional about it; I just feel okay about it. It's really liberating," she told People about how she felt ditching her clothes for the cover of the single 'Waking Up Dreaming'.
After ‘ditching the bra’ in her very first video for her 1993 single ‘What Made You Say That,’ she started ‘feeling a different pressure’ to cover up when her body changed as she aged.
Being so body confident wasn't always easy.
“But, I was a lot firmer then, so as I grew older, I started feeling a different pressure of, ‘Well, your breasts are not as plump as they used to be. Your skin is not as tight as it used to be. Maybe you should start covering it up a little bit more'," she said.
“Frig that. I am not regressing. I am embracing my body as it changes, as I should have from my childhood to my teens, as I should be from my taut 20s and 30-year-old self, to my menopausal body.”
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