Sheryl Crow says she is ‘grateful’ she never got married: ‘Thank you God’

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Sheryl Crow thanks God for never getting married.

Crow, 60, revealed about her love life during a performance on Howard Stern’s show SiriusXM while promoting her upcoming documentary “Sheryl”.

“I’m hot. Even at 60, I’m hot, aren’t I?” said Stern, a single mother of two. “Honestly, I even scratch my head and say, ‘How did I get here without getting married?’I almost did, three times. “

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The “Soak up the Sun” singer over the years has been romantically linked to Eric Clapton, Owen Wilson and Lance Armstrong.

However, Vrana does not regret not getting married.

“I’m going, ‘Thank God. Thank you. I didn’t get married,'” she said. “I got breast cancer at the end of a relationship, and it was horrible. But when I went through it, I thought, ‘You know what? I’d still be in that relationship if I didn’t have breast cancer.’

“So I’m weirdly grateful. And you think you’re going to be like, ‘Oh, F that guy,’ or whatever, but by the time you get to that point, you’re moving on, and I don’t really care anymore.”

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Crow admitted to nearly marrying three times, seemingly invoking her canceled engagement to Lance Armstrong.

Crow admitted to nearly marrying three times, seemingly invoking her canceled engagement to Lance Armstrong.
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Crow tells his story in Showtime “Sheryl. ”The singer was initially reluctant to participate in the project, but believed it was“ necessary ”to tell the story behind her songwriting, she said during a recent appearance on“ Good Morning America ”.

“Well, I just thought documentaries … when I was growing up, they were about people who were already dead. And so I thought, ‘Do I really want to do this now? I feel like I’m still a lot alive.’ ‘

“But I have a very, very long career by today’s standards and a lot has changed, as we know. It was necessary to do that to tell that story … about 34 years of touring, playing and living.”

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The musician was open about her life as she promoted an upcoming documentary,

The musician was open about her life as she promoted the upcoming documentary, “Sheryl”.
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The “Picture” singer told the co-hosts of “GMA” that she decided that now was the time to tell her story because she had spent the last years “really private”. In the upcoming documentary, Crow talks about depression and the time she spent as a mother.

“I’ve always been very private,” she said. “And I think it’s at my age now, a bit like a privilege and an honor to be able to sit down and say, ‘People who are very visible and who do high-profile work, they’re still people at the end of the day.'”

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