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.
And the memory of his televised “confession” to Oprah Winfrey a year ago feels fresh. I guess if I was married to a famous person, perhaps I wouldn’t get asked about it.
Or her new album, which is the nine-times-Grammy-winner’s first country collection.
Or her battles with breast cancer and a brain tumour.
In a exclusive, indefatigable anti-cancer crusader and seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong opens up about doping, dating, politics (including a possible run for the Texas statehouse), George W.
Bush, Bill Clinton, the French, the next phase in his war on a global epidemic, and why he’s decided to try for an eighth Tour title—at age 37.
Although Mary-Kate has been with Sarkozy for a couple years, Ashley’s dating life has been a little more tumultuous.
Before Miller, the fashion designer was linked to several other influential older men, including professional cyclist Lance Armstrong, 42, whose career was destroyed after he admitted to using performance enhancing drugs.
However, according to a new tell-all book about Lance Armstrong by journalist Juliet Macur, the celebrity couple’s May-December relationship was cut short because of their 15-year age difference.
She looks great for a woman half her age, and not just because she’s fresh from a morning being filmed for Country Music Television in her property’s clapboard chapel (just next to her stables, barn, another barn, office and her recording studio).
Crow – friendly, relaxed, hospitable – pauses briefly before replying.
They’ve been together since 2008 and have two kids together.
What do you think: Who should Ashley Olsen date next?
On Sheryl Crow’s farm, sipping PG Tips in the singer’s Mc Mansion-like home, there are many things to discuss.