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Shania Twain says popstars shouldn't be criticized for being too sexy

Washington, Nov 5 : Shania Twain has insisted that people shouldn't criticize popstars for being too sexy.


In an interview with ET Canada, the 48-year-old singer said that the boundaries to be set are really up to the individual and then it's up to the viewer, whether they like it or not, People magazine reported.

Referring to being criticized for showing her stomach in a music video, the country singer claimed that she was very comfortable with herself and she wasn't bearing her midriff for effect or for shock factor, but because she just likes her midriff.

--ANI (Posted on 05-11-2013)

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