- Shania Twain
- 40000000 unit(s) sold
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As well as the biggest-selling studio album ever by a solo female, Come on Over remains the biggest-selling country music album (although sales were boosted by a pop-orientated international version, first released in 1998) and the biggest-selling album by a Canadian act, and it was also the world's top seller of the 1990s, shifting 22 million copies in the last 26 months of the decade (since 4 November 1997).
In November 2004, the album received its most recent (as of March 2015) multi-platinum certification for US shipments of 20 million units (ranking it eighth equal in the US market). As reported by Billboard on 10 October 2014, Come on Over has sold a total 15.58 million copies in the US alone.
Come on Over spent 50 non-consecutive weeks (11 separate runs) at No.1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart between 22 November 1997 and 8 January 2000.
The album spawned an incredible 12 singles, including "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!", "That Don't Impress Me Much", "From this Moment On" and "You're Still the One", the latter becoming a first-dance favourite at wedding receptions.
In a March 2015 interview with Andy Cohen on the US chat show Watch What Happens Live, Twain revealed that she'd earned approximately $20 million (£13.3 million, as of 12 March 2015) from the success of Come on Over.