Fellow "Watch What Happens Live" guest Patricia Arquette admitted to a past checkered with criminal connections.
Shania Twain was always the bad girl of country, but Andy Cohen had no idea how wild she was until he put her under the microscope on "Watch What Happens Live" Thursday night.
In a game he dubbed "That Does Impress Me Much," the late-night host was presented with a series of outrageous statements and it was his job to guess which of his guests, Shania Twain or Patricia Arquette, that particular statement related to. The results proved pretty telling for both women.
It also proved that both women have led pretty crazy lives and this might have just been the tip of the iceberg. We need two biopics in production, stat!
Shania fessed up to something we suspect a lot of performers would have chosen to keep to themselves. She has peed on stage ... more than once. As they say, the show must go on. But does it really?
Total props to her for quick thinking in the moment, though. "I stood up from my chair to get up and sing, I peed myself and the puddle? I just knocked my glass of water over," Shania confessed with a sly grin. "I was wearing a skirt, thankfully."
She also shared the hilarious story of how she found herself trapped in the hallway of a hotel completely naked. But even that was somehow tame compared to the charming anecdotes that came out about Patricia, who was flagged for committing grand theft auto at 15 years old.
"But it wasn't grand theft auto," Patricia corrected Cohen. "It was grand theft, simply grand theft." She somehow managed to make it sound elegant and classy, totally dismissing the fact that this is a pretty serious crime ... which was pretty boss of her!
And her criminal connections apparently went even deeper than that, as she also confessed to working with an undercover investigator and wearing a wire at one point. Plea deal? There is so much more to this story we feel we need to know!
At another point in the show, a caller asked Shania about hanging out with the likes of Quavo, The Weeknd and Nicki Minaj at Coachella, and the singer admitted she's a huge fan of Nicki. But what she appreciates is the one thing least acknowledged about Nicki's talent.
"I told her that I love her singing voice," Twain said. "She was very humble and just said, 'Oh, you know, I'm not really a singer.' I was like, 'What? I love your singing voice.'"
Shania's response was a little more odd when another caller wanted to know her thoughts on Taylor Swift coming out with a political stance prior to the midterms after going her entire career staying out of the fray.
"This is a very personal thing. As an artist who is not a politician, if you make a decision to cross that line and speak out about politics, do it on your own risk," Twain said, immediately bursting into gales of laughter.
Cohen pointed out how Twain got backlash herself, without getting into the why, before the singer made a plea about the importance of free speech. In case you forgot, the Canadian made headlines for saying she would have voted for Trump, because "even though he was offensive, he seemed honest." She later apologized for her comments, saying she does "not hold any common moral beliefs with the current President."