Sheryl Crow says being a "cancer-survivor" made her change her diet.
The 55-year-old singer was diagnosed with breast cancer 10 years ago and says it made her re-evaluate what she was eating and putting in her body and she now ensure she eats lots of high omega fats that are found in oily fish.
The musician, who lives in Nashville, Tennessee, told Us Weekly magazine: "I'm a cancer survivor, and I started learning about what I was eating. So I'm uber into high-omega foods."
In 2012, doctors also discovered Sheryl had a benign brain tumor and she has scans every two years to check on the growth.
Gearing up for a night packed with almost as many stars as the Golden Globes, Jay Leno hit the stage one final time to bid a tear-filled farewell to friends and fans of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
All gussied up in designer duds, the “All I Wanna Do” stunner made sure to spend a few minutes mingling with her fellow celebrities and posing for photos before scurrying into the Mandalay Bay venue in Sin City.