The singer, author and reality TV star talks candidly about her early life, her husband's heartbreaking affair, finding the courage to move on, and discovering new love - exclusively in the June issue of Chatelaine.

TORONTO, May 9 /CNW/ - Music superstar Shania Twain is back in the spotlight after facing the painful betrayal of her husband, Mutt Lange, who was cheating with her former best friend. The once-guarded star speaks candidly with Chatelaine about how she found the courage to pick up the pieces of her broken life; the pressure she felt to return to the spotlight; and why she's decided to share the highs and extreme lows in a new memoir and reality TV show.

"I've learned that if you don't allow yourself to be that vulnerable, you will not be truthful," she tells Chatelaine in this exclusive interview. "What kind of legacy would I leave my son if I'm not telling him everything in an intimate way."  Shania also speaks out about the criticism she faced from the music industry for her midriff-bearing outfits and pop-influenced music, telling Chatelaine that she "didn't get to enjoy the rewards of being a boundary pusher because I was in a music industry that had become so conservative."

This month's Chatelaine, on newsstands May 16th, provides an intimate portrayal of the new Shania, who's back to writing music, working on her next album, raising her nine-year-old son, Eja, and building a life with her new love, husband Frédéric Thiébaud.

Also in Chatelaine's June issue:

Smart Sunning: There's no need to shun the sun, but it is essential to protect your skin from its harsh UV rays.  Chatelaine's beauty editor Catherine Franklin shares the nine essential sun care secrets everyone should know. Plus: the five warning signs to look for to keep your skin cancer-free

Aging Survey: Canadian women share with Chatelaine what they love and loathe about getting older. Interestingly, looks are not one of their top three aging concerns; 38 is the average age women would choose to stay their whole life; only 2% of women care about loosing their sex drive as they age and much more.  It's a frank account of how Canadian women feel about aging.  Some of their answers may surprise you!

Shake it up: Pull out your blender and make it your go-to appliance with nine delicious new recipes from food editor Claire Tansey and The Chatelaine Kitchen. Try our tasty Wasabi-Edamame Dip or whirl up a Modern Gazpacho with Avocado.  Plus, Chatelaine's team put blenders to the test and share their top three picks.

About Chatelaine
Canada's leading women's media brand reflects and connects Canadian women with relevant information and inspiring stories. For more than 82 years, Chatelaine has been building communities while providing leading-edge insights into women's foremost concerns in the areas of health, food, social issues, décor, fashion and beauty. is Canada's most engaged online community for women 18+. Chatelaine is owned and operated by Rogers Media Inc., a division of Rogers Communications, which is a diversified Canadian communications company, engaged in advance wireless voice and data communications, cable television, high-speed internet, video retailing, radio, TV and publishing.

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