Disappointingly, New Zealand doesn’t even rate a mention in Netflix’s new Shania Twain documentary

The 90-minute Not Just a Girl offers an archival clip and cross-legged confessional-filled look at the life and career of “Queen of Country Pop

But while covering everything from her rise to fame and Swiss hideaway to record-breaking success and lasting legacy

There’s no mention of the 24,731ha high country sheep station – Motatapu – she bought with then husband – and producer – Robert “Mutt” Lange for NZ$21.5m in 2004

Bitten by a tick while horseback riding in Norfolk, Virginia in 2003, Twain began feeling regularly dizzy and losing her balance

“It didn’t sound the same – and I had a lack of control of airflow. I thought I had lost it forever and I would never sing again.”

If that wasn’t trauma enough, it was while visiting experts around the globe for a solution that her marriage disintegrated

After somewhat reluctantly agreeing to doing a series of duets with the likes of Lionel Richie, Twain eventually regained enough of her voice – and confidence