Brad Pitt received cheeky birthday wish from Shania Twain: ‘I’ll make an exception’

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Shania Twain has a new message for Brad Pitt.

The actor celebrated his 57th birthday on Friday and when he no doubt got wishes for his special day, he stood above all else.

Twain, now 55, referred to the famous pit in his 1997 hit song “That’s Don’t Impress Me Much”.

The song refers to male suitors that the country’s legend is not particularly influential, including one that cares too much about its appearance.

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“Okay, so you’re Brad Pitt,” she sings, looking good at the actor. “It doesn’t affect me very much.”

However, for just one day, Twain’s feelings have changed.

“Happy birthday to Brad Pitt, I’ll make an exception for today,” he Joked on twitter.


The desi songwriter first spoke about “Entertainment Tonight” as to why he called the actor out in his now iconic song.

He said that the reference stems from personal photographs of him and his former Gwyneth Paltrow and published in Playgirl magazine.

Shania Twain sent birthday wishes to Brad Pitt after years of referencing him in a song.

Shania Twain sent birthday wishes to Brad Pitt after years of referencing him in a song.
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“I felt it was a terrible attack on them and I just took the other angle of it,” said the singer. “She’s gorgeous, dressed or naked, so that’s all I did as an exaggeration … being fickle.”

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According to a December 2019 interview, there was one thing about the star that still did not impress him.

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“It doesn’t affect me very much that I still haven’t met Brad Pitt,” Twain shared. “come!”

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