Dat­ing is dif­fi­cult: Nicks

Ac­tress says celebrity is ‘scary’

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WITH the Fifty Shades of Grey première com­ing up, Dakota John­son is on the pub­lic­ity cir­cuit, and com­plain­ing — to Vogue mag­a­zine — about her “dwin­dling anonymity.”

This con­di­tion is “re­ally scary,” she claims, “be­cause a very large part of me would be per­fectly happy liv­ing on a ranch in Colorado and hav­ing ba­bies and chick­ens and horses.”

And yet there she is, bravely do­ing in­ter­views, liv­ing in ho­tel suites, sign­ing au­to­graphs, look­ing glam­orous, be­ing fa­mous.

Mind you, she’s from a Hol­ly­wood fam­ily. I sup­pose back in the day, her par­ents Melanie Grif­fith and Don John­son, her step­fa­ther An­to­nio Ban­deras and her granny Tippi He­dren all went around pro­mul­gat­ing the same bilge about hat­ing the spot­light.

The movie opens Valen­tine’s Day. IT’S not easy to get into the dat­ing world, Ste­vie Nicks tells Rolling Stone.

First, she’s not in­ter­ested in older men. “What if I fall in love with somebody and they die?”

And men her age — she’s 66, amaz­ingly — “wanna go out with somebody that’s 25.”

Nicks tried younger guys in the 1990s, but that didn’t work, ap­par­ently be­cause she’s too fa­mous to go out any­where, or some­thing.

At least she’s log­i­cal: “I’ve nar­rowed it down to no­body.”

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