Singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow has reportedly been engaged three times but never married. People may ask why she never tied the knot.
Here’s what we know.
Let’s go back to an appearance at the Gracie Awards in 2019. At that time, Crow said, “And all I can say is that I’ve been engaged three times. And I never got married, but I’ve had a rockin’ great time, not getting married.”
Her comments were transcribed in an article for Closer Weekly.
Publicly, Crow has been engaged to Lance Armstrong in 2006 before breaking it off in 2007.
What about the other two? No one knows except Crow and the two other men. However, Crow has been linked romantically to guitar legend Eric Clapton and actor Owen Wilson.
Conversely, those other two men who put an engagement ring on her finger remain a mystery.
Sheryl Crow Captures Nine Grammy Awards In Her Career
Crow has won nine Grammy Awards in her career. She also has 32 Grammy nominations. To this point, Crow has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide.
However, she is focusing on music and raising her two adopted children these days.
Further, there’s no word from Crow about being engaged again. For instance, one might presume the old adage “Stay tuned!” could apply right now.
Crow Shares Touching Story About Hank Aaron
Back on Jan. 22, Baseball Hall of Fame outfielder Hank Aaron died at 86 years old. With two young teenage sons in her life, Sheryl Crow has passed along her love for baseball to them.
In fact, the connection between Crow and the man they call “Hammerin’ Hank” is through a signed baseball card.
As news began to spread on Jan. 22 about Aaron’s death, Crow posted to Twitter what his legacy meant to young boys like her sons.
“I gave my 10 year old aspiring MLB player my signed Hank Aaron baseball, and it is his prized possession. RIP Hammerin Hank. You will forever inspire kids everywhere. #HankAaron” was Crow’s statement.
Aaron set a new record for home runs in 1974 in Major League Baseball by breaking Babe Ruth’s record of 714. After that, he hit No. 715 in April 1974 off Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Al Downing at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. He finished his career with 755 home runs.
Also, Aaron holds the MLB record for total bases at 6,856 and RBIs at 2,297. He stands No. 2 for career at-bats with 12,364 and is No. 3 with 3,771 career hits.
Yet Crow had that signed baseball card from Aaron, passing it down from her to her sons.