Shania Twain thanks fans for support in wake of marital split
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Shania Twain thanks fans for support in wake of marital split

Sunday, June 8, 2008 – Shania Twain sent a letter to her fans via her web site last week about her split from husband Robert "Mutt" Lange, thanking them for their support.

"As I am sure you have seen or heard; I am going through a rough time personally in my life. I wanted you all to know that I could not be getting through this without you. Your letters, emails and words of encouragement give me strength. Your overwhelming support reminds me to smile, no matter how deep the pain and to always be grateful for all the beautiful blessings in my life."

"I have so much to say, but I know the best way for me to speak is through my music. This is my therapy, my passion, and my love. I look forward to sharing it with all of you as I begin this new journey."

"I need some time to heal this broken heart but make no mistake; I will be back and hopefully stronger than ever. Thank you my friends, from the bottom of my heart."

Twain reportedly has been working on a new CD, which could be out this year, but nothing is firm about a release date. Lange produced Twain's albums.


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