“So talking about Lance,” she laughs drily, “it was a nanosecond in the grand scheme.
But it was a nanosecond that introduced me to some things about myself that I needed to look at.
It certainly did not do her any great service.” I wonder if Crow had any closure after Armstrong went on television with Oprah. To fight grave illness not once but twice, then start a family on her own – that takes some strength. He says we all have this propensity for telling a story about ourselves.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.
Certainly I wouldn’t have painted in some of the experiences I’ve had, like breast cancer.