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“I think Betsy, just like everybody in this picture, has her own ulterior motivations. “I think people who go out and mouth off about people they don’t know, it makes them look bad. Splitting with the world’s most famous cancer survivor a week before being diagnosed herself is an irony that might have floored many people.
It certainly did not do her any great service.” I wonder if Crow had any closure after Armstrong went on television with Oprah. To fight grave illness not once but twice, then start a family on her own – that takes some strength. He says we all have this propensity for telling a story about ourselves.
1998 - 2002Sheryl Crow and Eric Clapton had a brief relationship, with her song "My Favorite Mistake" rumored to be about the relationship.
The two parted ways after a few years, but they remain amicable, and have known to perform at the same concerts on occasion.
“Oh, you know,” she says with a hint of a sigh, “I couldn’t talk about any of that stuff.
Or her battles with breast cancer and a brain tumour.
She mutters something indistinguishable, then says: “I don’t need closure from any of that. Even answering questions I have to, like” – Crow, who previously dated Eric Clapton and actor Owen Wilson, claps her thighs – “…I have to, like, dig. And the story I always told was that I’d do what was expected: I’d fall in love, I’d get married, I’d have a happy home, I’d have kids. And that story you tell about yourself can be the very story that limits you.
Pretty much my life exists right this second, and my boys are the first thing I think of [in the morning], the last thing I think of at night, and past relationships with famous people or not famous people, with good people, with bad people, with tortured, confused people – every relationship has served a purpose in my life.” This upbeat spin, she agrees with a rueful smile, is the way you progress, and free yourself from your past. Letting go of what it is your life is supposed to look like sometimes is the most liberating moment you will ever have.” She thinks, then, that you have to “let go of it and say, ‘you know what, maybe my life is not gonna happen in the order I thought it would’.
“So talking about Lance,” she laughs drily, “it was a nanosecond in the grand scheme.
But it was a nanosecond that introduced me to some things about myself that I needed to look at.