Sheryl Crow Talks to
Diane Sawyer on Good Morning America and Vanity Fair Magazine about the
Breakup with Lance Armstrong and Breast Cancer
July 6th 2006
Sheryl Crow says she would have loved for former fiancé, Lance
Armstrong, to step in and be there with her, but when it comes down to
it, she depended on her family for emotional support. She called the
breakup “devastating” for both of them, and she thinks of Lance
everyday, and she thinks “about his kids every day."
In a Good Morning America interview with Diane Sawyer, Crow said she
broke-up with Lance on February 4th and on the 20th
doctors found calcification in both breast using a routine mammogram.
Crow, 44, told Sawyer that "I thought: 'Now, this is just one crummy
joke. It was like, 'Wait a minute, how can this be? No, you've got the
wrong person.' You know. … But yeah, that's the way it happened, you
The doctor told
her to come back in 6 months but another doctor told her not to wait, so
she had an immediate biopsy. The results indicated cancer and the
doctors recommended a lumpectomy.