Celebrity Sheryl Crow opens up on being ‘hot’ at 60, says ‘grateful’ on staying single

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Sheryl Crow, the multi-talented musician, singer, songwriter and actress recently opened up ahead of the release of a documentary on her titled “Sheryl.” The American music legend reflected on several topics included her love life, her music and why she didn’t get married, even though she’s “hot” at 60.

Appearing on “The Howard Stern Show”, on Wednesday, the legendary musician questioned the popular host asking, “I’m hot. Even at 60, I’m hot, right?” She said that she had also wondered how did she reach the age of 60, “without getting married?” She mused that she almost got married…not once, not twice, but thrice.

Cheryl Crow was engaged to professional road racing cyclist Lance Armstrong in 2005. However, she called off the engagement the very next year. It was around the time that the famous Tour de France winner was embroiled in a doping scandal that hit both the tabloids and traditional newspapers. He lost his titles. She said that she didn’t regret not getting married.

She spoke of being overlooked by the music industry as she has not, as yet, been nominated to the Rock & Rock Hall of Fame. She said that she felt like an “outsider.“ The “Soak Up the Sun” singer said that “many people wrote me off.” That was the reason why she she worked on the documentary “Sheryl” with director Amy Scott.

The blue-eyed soul singer also opened up about her tour with Michael Jackson. She spoke of the harassment by his then manager Frank DiLeo. She spoke of his threats and how she had to go back to being a waitress after the tour as she didn’t have money to survive.

Sheryl Crowe comes across as a musician with a sense of humor as well as an optimist. Maybe that’s why she said she liked “funny people.” She said that she has dated all kinds of people including famous people, athletes, not-famous people. The “All I Wanna Do” singer added that that it was an “open opportunity for anyone to to be in the category of my next ‘favorite mistake.’”



 


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