Dating is difficult: Nicks
Actress says celebrity is ‘scary’
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.”