Celebrities ranging from Joan RIvers to Donald Trump have already tweeted their reactions to Lance Armstrong's doping confession to Oprah, but for the first time since the groundbreaking interview, Armstrong's former fiancé Sheryl Crow “She wanted marriage, she wanted children; and not that I didn’t want that, but I didn’t want that at that time because I had just gotten out of a marriage, I’d just had kids,” Armstrong wrote in his book "Lance." “Yet we’re up against her biological clock — that pressure is what cracked it ...It’s been more than 10 years since Lance Armstrong and Sheryl Crow ended their five-month engagement in February 2006. ” the former athlete said of being a power couple, before going on to praise Crow. it wasn’t like we never saw each other.”As previously reported, the Forward podcast host and Crow called off their engagement in February 2006 after years of dating."But what ends up happening is that one of you becomes smaller — and it was always me." She adds, "I do think that sometimes in order for one person's light to shine, everyone else has to dim theirs." In the '90s, the star dated musician Eric Clapton and actor Owen Wilson before becoming engaged to cyclist Lance Armstrong. "It's better to have three broken engagements than three divorces" (for the record, she was only engaged that one time!
This list below has everything from Lance Armstrong to Owen Wilson.Singer Sheryl Crow said being in a relationship with someone is not easy.The 55-year-old songstress said she simply considers herself to be one of those single women who have not found their someone special till now. Dating is hard work and I know so many fantastic single women who can't find anybody.Sheryl Crow famously dated successful athletes and actors in the past, but the country singer doesn't have great things to say about those relationships."I have always gone out with guys who were highly successful, which would seem like it would put me at an equal level," the 52-year-old explains. Although her romances weren't long-lasting, Sheryl says she'd love to get married. But I don't think marriage is the be-all-and-end-all," she admits.