Well has anyone ever shown a picture of them together since?
Everyone over here just swallowed Shania's story without doing any followup.
Shania wrote on her website of Thiebaud last year: 'We leaned on one another through the ups and downs, taking turns holding each other.
In 1966, the Mattachine Society staged a "sip-in" at Julius Bar in Greenwich Village, challenging a law that prohibited the serving of alcohol to gay men; we won, and the bar is still serving.
By the summer of 2009, their friendship had turned into love.
In the wake of Shania Twain's engagement announcement yesterday, it got me to thinking about her and the whole breakup of her marriage.
In her first TV interview in five years, Twain told Oprah Winfrey that she became 'an emotional mess' when she found out in 2008 that her best friend and her husband had fallen for each other.'I figured mentally that I would never sing again,' the five-time Grammy Award winner told Winfrey.
Twain said she not only lost her husband, but her producer and co-writer when she split with Robert John 'Mutt' Lange after he ran off with her best friend, Marie-Anne Thiebaud.'I hadn't written a song without this man in 14 years... ,' she said in an interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show.