Lance armstrong dating history
On Sheryl Crow’s farm, sipping PG Tips in the singer’s Mc Mansion-like home, there are many things to discuss.
We just had some very big, fundamental differences.” This time last year Crow was dragged into the controversy by comments from Betsy Andreu, wife of Armstrong’s ex-team-mate Frankie Andreu. The whistleblower who exposed the seven-times Tour de France winner said: “Sheryl was by his side when he was trying to destroy people and she said nothing. It just astounds me.” When I mention this, Crow replies coolly. I think going out into the press and talking about what people should and shouldn’t do when they don’t know anything about you or your story, is irresponsible and slightly on the weird tip, personally.” A discreet silence is better? A relationship, I think, serves up so many volleys that are meant to remind you of who you are, and how far away you’ve gotten from who you are.” If anything, the whole experience vividly demonstrated Crow’s own winner’s instinct.
“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.
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.But those are the experiences that have redefined my life.“So talking about Lance,” she laughs drily, “it was a nanosecond in the grand scheme.But first, there’s a boil to lance: Crow’s former fiancé, Lance Armstrong.The couple dated for almost three years between 2003-2006. But the shadow cast by the super-cyclist’s much-belated admission of illegal doping is long.