Michael J. Fox ‘doesn’t even remember’ dating Bangles singer Susanna Hoffs

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Michael J. Fox discusses his past relationship with Bangles singer Susanna Hoffs in a new . (George Walker IV / Associated Press)

Michael J. Fox admitted in a recent interview that she has a spotty memory of her Hollywood heartthrob days, including her short-lived relationship with the Bangles singer Susanna Hoffs,

Reflecting on his career and upcoming documentary, “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” in talks with Britain Sunday TimesThe “family relations” And “Back to the Future” The star reminisced – to the extent that he could – about the “crazy” period of his life when he was one of the most sought-after actors and eligible bachelors on the planet.

“Look at the girls I've dated,” he said.

“Some of them I don't even remember. Hahaha. I mean, I dated Susanna Hoffs From bangles, and I don't even remember it. But this is just one example.”

(The Emmy winner, 61, and the “Walk Like an Egyptian” hitmaker, 64, dated briefly before marrying their respective spouses in 1986, according to people magazine,

Fox said that “things like this happen all the time,” recalling another surreal moment when he was sitting next to Princess Diana At the premiere of “Back to the ” in 1985.

He told the Sunday Times, “I had to pee. And that's all I remember.”

“I was just told a whole list of things I could and couldn't do, like not talking until she spoke, and not standing up until she was done. And so I'm thinking Was, ‘What kind of math do I have to go to the bathroom?' I can't say, ‘I've gone to the toilet!' So I sat in pain the whole time, and that was the formula for that part of my life.

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Fox also opened up about their long journey together Parkinson's disease, which can lead to memory difficulties as well as physical challenges, according to the Institutes of Health. Apple's upcoming documentary highlights Fox's Parkinson's diagnosis and how he's combated the disease through optimism and humor.

Although he strives to live “in bliss”, Fox said that “being really honest about the pain, and what's really happened, and what's been lost” made his “life richer and more authentic”. It's like time is flying by.”

“It's not so much pain from moving, but not from moving. It's when you freeze, and in that cold non-movement all this energy is channeled and it becomes this burning, impending thing that never happens,” Fox told the Sunday Times. .

“I don't want to take out the violin. … Yes, it hurts a lot. But what you learn is that no one gives as-. That's just life. No matter what. You Suck it up and you move on. And it may have a story to tell. But that's all. There's no chit you can present at the window for a refund.”

“Still: A Michael J. Fox ” launches Friday on Apple TV+.

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times,