It’s been 25 years since Shania Twain gave Brad Pitt special credit for his iconic 1998 hit “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” and yet their paths have still never crossed.
The country superstar joked that it’s starting to feel a bit personal that they haven’t met after all this time while enjoying some fries with journalist and comedian Amelia Dimoldenberg. chicken shop date series.
“I wrote about Brad Pitt. I never met Brad Pitt,” Twain said. “I think he’s avoiding me, honestly.”
Although she has yet to be introduced to Pitt, Twain met Harry Styles, whom she described as “a lovely, lovely guy.” The pair previously joined forces to sing their tracks “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” and “You’re Still the One” during Styles’ headlining performance at Coachella in 2022.
Dimoldenberg then took the opportunity to ask Twain if she would give him Styles’ phone number, which the singer promptly closed. “No, I couldn’t. I’m too loyal,” she said. “I’d like to, but I can’t. I like you, but I can’t give you Harry’s number. I could, but then I’d feel bad about it. I’m too loyal, and he gave it to me.” to me in confidence.”
In recent performances, Twain has been using his Pitt handwriting as a placeholder to greet other actors he enjoys. She switched things up to name Ryan Reynolds, who looked positively pleased at the change, during his performance at the People’s Choice Awards in December, recently telling him Radio Times you would like to pay tribute to Channing Tatum below.
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To his credit, Pitt is entirely on board with splitting the lyrical wink with Reynolds. “I think we can share the wealth,” he said in a TikTok interview with The Movie Dweeb. “Ryan’s a good egg too. He deserves some love.”
In fact, Pitt even had a few suggestions as to who Twain might reference in the next song. “I think he should pass it on and next time he can sing it to Austin Butler,” he said. “maybe lion [DiCaprio] between.”
see Twain’s chicken shop date interview above.
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