Jann Arden, a home-grown award-winning singer known for such hits as "Insensitive" and "I Would Die For You," has been making headlines a lot recently – first she was kicked off of a VIA Rail train with her dog in what she called the "middle of nowhere," and then her cover for Zoomer magazine hit newsstands where she's pictured baring it all.
Seen in the April issue of the publication, Arden is wearing nothing but the black nail polish on her fingers (or so it seems). She is also featured inside the magazine donning what appears to be very little. The photographer was none other than Canadian rocker Bryan Adams (who knew the "Summer of '69" singer also had a penchant for photography!).
The Zoomer cover isn't the only reason Arden has made it into the news… last Sunday, while en route to Ottawa on a VIA train, the songstress and her dog Midi were asked to leave when it was discovered that the pooch was on a passenger car (which is prohibited) – when ranting about the experience on Twitter, Arden said she was dropped off in the "middle of nowhere," which was in fact Oshawa, something locals did not take well to. According to The Star, Oshawa Mayor John Henry also didn’t appreciate the comment and wrote a letter to Arden highlighting Oshawa’s positives. Arden again took to Twitter to apologize, saying: "I am so sorry for anything negative I may have said … you certainly are NOT the middle of nowhere! just a figure of speech!! And besides … I LIVE in the middle of nowhere in Alberta!!!! I really am sorry for any misunderstanding. Proud of my country!!!”
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