The country singer says getting the all-clear from breast cancer in 2007 shortly after splitting from fiancé Lance Armstrong made her decide to adopt her sons - Wyatt, now six, and three-year-old Levi - because she realised having a family didn't have to occur in the conventional way.
Sheryl Crow says Lance Armstrong has ''zero relevance'' to her life.
The singer was briefly engaged to the now disgraced pro cyclist - who was banned from cycling and stripped of his seven gold medals after admitting to doping - before they called things off in 2006, but she insists she has put the memories of their relationship firmly behind her.
Oprah Winfrey experienced symptoms associated with a nervous breakdown last year.
The 59-year-old media mogul struggled to cope as she worked to save her struggling TV network OWN and filmed her movie comeback in 'Lee Daniel's The Butler' and admitted during an interview with Kony 2012 founder Jason Russell she realised she was on the verge of having an emotional meltdown.
President Barack Obama's documentarian Amy Rice has signed up to direct Lindsay Lohan's reality TV show.
Amy - who directed the 2009 documentary 'By the People: The Election of Barack Obama' - will go behind the camera for the eight-part documentary for Oprah Winfrey's OWN network, which is set to air in 2014, the network announced at the TCA (Television Critic's Association) press tour.