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Take “Diamond Ring” from her disc: “Diamonds may be sweet/ But to me/ They just bring on/ Cold feet …
Diamond Ring/Don’t mean a thing.”Always public about her bouts with depression, her progressive politics and her personal struggles, Crow writes songs that tread the fine line between pop and poetry.
In this feature, exclusively for magazine, we take a look at the few, the proud, the never-married, and how they illustrate throughout history, a life without marriage can bring singular satisfaction.
Diane Keaton Actor, director, producer, writer, photographer, singer, real estate developer, mother and muse: What hasn’t Diane Keaton done?
As a child, she wore potato sacks fashioned into dresses.
She was raised by her stern but supportive grandma and honed her interview skills by using corncob dolls as subjects.
More importantly, Crow’s assertively healthy lifestyle helped her overcome breast cancer in 2006 and adopt a son in 2007. Which is probably what really explains Crow’s longevity.
If there’s one group of people who have raised the collective eyebrow of society more than any other, it’s those iconoclasts who have chosen to buck social conventions and never marry — not even once.
There’s a kind of freeing aspect to that.”Bill Maher The man has made political satire a media empire.
Bill Maher has had a legendary career as a stand-up comedian, written seven books, helmed three successful television talk shows and wrote, produced and narrated If gossip, steamy tell-alls and court cases are to be believed, Maher’s taste in women runs a wide gamut. “They’re both institutions that don’t conform to human nature, so you’re going to end up with lying and hypocrisy.”Given his outspoken views, Maher hardly keeps it a secret that as a highly politicized single dude, he puts the “libertine” in “Libertarian.”Coco Chanel that are as lasting and relevant today as they were when she first dropped them.
Keaton turned 70 in January, and in those years, she has made more than 50 movies, winning an Oscar for her iconic role of Annie Hall in 1977 and inhabiting a breathtaking span of roles that range from comedic to the dramatic.
She has lived a life of Garboesque seclusion, yet her love affairs with Woody Allen, Warren Beatty and Al Pacino garnered attention as much for their combined star power as for Keaton’s ability to inspire her on-, and off-, screen partners. In an interview, she said, “I wouldn’t rule [marriage] out, but at the same time, I do not see that in my future.