Shania Twain Details Battle With Lyme Disease & How It Will Affect Her Tour

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Shania Twain at Barnes & Noble at The Grove on Sept. 29, 2017 in Los Angeles.

“Lyme disease does affect your life for sure,” Shania Twain told E! News regarding her continued battle with the disease. “It’s such an evil silent thing.”

When Twain revealed her Lyme diagnosis back in July, she discussed the resulting dysphonia, which left her unable to sing and forced her to undergo extensive speech therapy and training. Luckily, the singer reassured her fans that she still plans to hit the road next month in support of her latest album, Now, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200 albums chart during its first week.

"It's more work for me now vocally because of the effect on the nerves in my larynges," Twain explained, "so it's like an hour and a half of physical excersise."

Twain detailed that she has a mini-trampoline with her at all times so she can get a workout in. "I've gotta do a real pre-show show," Twain said.

Life is about to get good for Twain fans, as she described her upcoming show as "something no one has seen before" and "still sexy." Her tour kicks off in Tacoma, Washington, on May 3.

Check out the interview below: