Shania Twain Is Very Up For Recording A Duet With Celine Dion

The singer says she is open to potentially the greatest collaboration on earth.

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In all the Taylor Swift/snake drama, you've probably missed the other hugely successful female singer releasing an album next month.

That'll be one Shania Twain.

The country music queen hadn't released a new record in 15 years — until now. She is back and better than ever, with NOW set to drop on September 29.

The other incredibly powerful Canadian having a moment?

That'll be one Celine Dion. From stepping out at Paris Couture Week wearing the 'Titanic' Vetements jumper to hiring 'image architect' Law Roach and single-handedly giving the fashion industry a kick up its arse, the singer is living her best damn life and doesn't care who knows it. Drake bowed in awe as he met her. Katy Perry basically stalked her. In other words, we've all gone in for a Dion love-fest.

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So, now that the Canadian powerhouses are officially back in the spotlight, there is literally no better time for these songstresses to join forces.

We say this without hyperbole: this duet will be one of the most important collaborations the world has ever seen.

Thankfully, Shania agrees.

In a new interview with The Cut, the singer - accurately - replied 'hell yes' when asked about a potential duet.

'Oh, I'd love to do that. I actually use her as my warm-up music a lot of the time. She's got such a high range — "I Drove All Night" is my favorite one to do my vocal warm-ups to, because it has the higher harmony, which is really hard.'

What a time to be alive.

The interview also gave us some other golden nuggets of information.

The song that most accurately describes her state of mind? 'More Fun', which is off of her new album. 'It's a mantra I tell myself: I didn't have enough fun today, I've got to have more fun,' she explains.

Her morning smoothie involves 'coconut water, avocado, and apple in a blender', she love tennis ('I forget that I'm working out because it's a game'), exfoliates everyday and finds that smearing sugar on her face works wonders.

'This is going to sound weird, but because I'm traveling so much, I take sugar and a bit of olive oil or any face cream that I've got handy, and mix it with a little bit of warm water, and I gently scrub my face. I came up with it myself. It's very hard to find an exfoliator that I really like. I tried so many. I have tried very fine sand before as well, but it's a little bit too abrasive. Sugar works well because it softens with a little bit of warm water and it's not sharp on the skin.'

The singer also goes into a great deal of detail about her iconic leopard print 'That Don't Impress Me Much' outfit.

'There's so much that goes into putting the clothing together for a video like that,' she explains. 'If you think of it like a wedding day — every video is such a production. Like your wedding dress — you've tried it on sooo many times already to try to get it right. The novelty wears off by the big day.'

'What makes it all come to life is the music and performing: You are the bride in that moment. You are that person. When it all comes together, you feel the empowerment of it all.

'Actually, when I look back at it, I feel the empowerment more than I did in the moment, because videos are a lot of hard work. The wedding day is usually the most exhausting day of your life and it's when you're looking back at the photos that you're like, "Oh, that was so great," and you forget all about the stress of the day.'

We await the duet, Shania.

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