Shania Twain's troubled childhood is well documented, as is her early career in bars and clubs. Her family lived in this home in Timmins, Ontario beginning in 1980, and it's there that the future superstar met her Longshot bandmates. She was something of a local star at night, serving burgers at McDonalds between the end of class at high school and the time the bars opened.

Twain -- then known as Eileen -- lived on the bottom floors of this house, as the top was rented to another family. Accommodations were tight, and the singer was forced to share a bedroom with her sister. Within 10 years she'd have all the space she could ask for -- including homes in Switzerland and New Zealand -- before her divorce from Mutt Lange split their assets.