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NEW!! Shania was named songwriter of the year at Tuesday's
BMI Pop Awards. This is the second year in a row that
Shania has won this award. Congrats to Shania!!

Congratulations to Shania for winning Favorite Female
Country Artist in this year's Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
held May 9th.

Shania wrote a song for Britney Spears new album, which was
released May 16th, called "Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know"

Come On Over has now sold 17 million units. It is now the
best-selling album of all time for a female artist. It has also sold
26 million units worldwide. Congrats to Shania!!

Shania won 2 JUNO Awards March 11-12. She won for Best
Country Female Artist and Best Songwriter! Congrats to Shania!!

Shania won 2 Grammy Awards. She won Best Female Country
Vocal Performance (MIFLAW) and Best Country Song
(COO). Congratulations to Shania!!!

Shania's Behind The Music show was voted as the best
episode in VH1's Behind The Music:Decision 2000. Congrats
to Shania!

Shania won 2 awards at the American Music Awards
Jan. 17th! She won the Favorite Pop/Rock Artist award and the
Favorite Female Country Artist award. Congratulations Shania!

Shania won for Favorite Female Musical Performer at the
26th Annual People's Choice Awards held on January 9th.
Congrats to Shania!!!

Shania's husband, Robert "Mutt" Lange, is working with
Britney Spears on several cuts for her upcoming album, which
is due out May 16th.

Come On Over is the top-selling album in Great Britain
for 1999. Congrats to Shania!

Shania has become the first artist to have 8 top 10 country songs
from one album (Come On Over). Congratulations to Shania!!!

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5/18..........2:45pm........Don't Be Stupid
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Shania, Sarah win composer awardsShania, Sarah win composer awards
Timmins, Ont.,-born singer Shania Twain shared the the spotlight with Eagle Eye Cherry and EMI Music Publishing Tuesday night at an awards show organized by the performing-rights organization BMI.

The ceremony, held at Beverly Hills' Regent Beverly Wilshire, honoured the composers of some of the year's best songs. Twain was named songwriter of the year for the second straight time.

Twain had five songs in BMI's list of most performed songs: "Man! I Feel Like A Woman," "That Don't Impress Me Much," "You've Got A Way," "You're Still The One" and "From This Moment On."

EMI, which had 20 titles named in the most performed songs list, was named publisher of the year for the third consecutive year, while Cherry's song "Save Tonight" was named pop song of the year, The Hollywood Reporter said.

The Offspring's "Pretty Fly (For A White Guy)" was named most performed song on college radio, The Hollywood Reporter said.

Matchbox Twenty's Rob Thomas was cited four times, for "3 AM," "Back 2 Good," "Real World" and the Grammy-winning collaboration with Santana, "Smooth."

Songwriting brothers Fred and Rodney Jerkins were honored for their compositions for Brandy and Monica ("The Boy Is Mine"), Jennifer Lopez ("If You Had My Love") and Whitney Houston ("It's Not Right, But It's Okay").

Earning two citations each were composers Sarah McLachlan, Craig Bullock, Paula Cole, Sheryl Crow, Stan Frazier, Elton John, David Kahne, Murphy Karges, Mark McGrath, Joseph Nichol, Rodney Sheppard, Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti.

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