Shania Twain wants to help kids across North America. To raise some funds for her children’s charity, she’s selling new music, clothes and even a motorcycle.
Twain recently filled a PledgeMusic page with her own merchandise, including some one-of-a-kind items. Remember that iconic “Man I Feel Like a Woman” sequined dress she wore? That’s listed for sale with a going price of $7,500. Marc Bouwer designed the dress and Glynda Conaway made it. It’s truly fit for a queen. Her countrified “Still the One” threads from her Ceasars Palace show are also up for grabs with the same price tag. If you’re looking for something you may actually use, Twain’s “Still the One” motorcycle is the last of her original items. The bike has a bigger price tag, though. It’s going for $100,000.
If you’re looking for something you may actually use, Twain’s “Still the One” motorcycle is the last of her original items. The bike has a bigger price tag, though. It’s going for $100,000.
Don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on Twain gear? She has more affordable merch for sale, too. There are listening events, CDs, autographed guitars and more up for grabs. The money goes to Shania Kids Can, the Canadian singer’s charity. If you’d prefer to know exactly what your money is going to there are bundles. The bundles allow contributors to help kids with their hygiene, breakfast needs and more.
The Shania Kids Can charity was founded by Twain in 2010. According to their website, she created it in an effort to “relieve the economic, social and personal sufferings of children that she herself experienced as a child.” They provide help for elementary schools in North America by bringing activities and consultations to the Shania Kids Clubhouse.
If you’re too late to snag the merchandise or bundle you want, you can still make a donation to the singer’s charity. The foundation accepts donations that are tax-deductible via their website.
Now excuse us while we picture ourselves in Twain’s “Man I Feel Like a Woman” dress.