Did frankee and eamon dating
Levi previously starred on Broadway in the short-lived 2013 musical “First Date.” In “She Loves Me,” the 1963 musical comedy by Sheldon Harnick, Jerry Bock and Joe Masterhoff, the actor will play Georg, the perfume shop employee who doesn’t know the anonymous pen pal he’s falling in love with is the co-worker (Benanti) he’s always bickering with.2008 - January 2010Zachary Levi and Caitlin Crosby dated for a couple of years before ultimately calling it quits in early 2010.
But now "Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)" has been deposed on both sides of the Atlantic by "Fuck U Right Back", from an unknown singer called Frankee, who claims to be the subject of Eamon's song.
Frankee, 20, is said to have been so offended by her ex's accusations that she recorded her song, released on an obscure indie label, as a means of revenge.
Using the same tune, she retaliates with a similar level of F-words, informing the world that she had "better sex all alone" and suggests that he was infected with genital lice.
Timberlake also appeared in a video to publicise his version of "Cry Me A River", in which he is shown cavorting with a woman in a bedroom made to look like Spears and is surprised by another woman bearing a striking resemblance to his ex. Whether both go on to have long and fruitful careers or not, they are assured of joining one of the more interesting footnotes to popular music history, that of estranged couples who gave vent to their emotional traumas, leaving the rest of the world to look on as voyeurs.
Even Lennon and Mc Cartney were not exempt, with Mc Cartney's "Too Many People" on his Ramsolo album being seen by many outsiders as critique of Lennon and Yoko Ono.
See More: Broadway Review: Zachary Levi in ‘First Date’ “She Loves Me” is part of a high-profile 50th anniversary season at Roundabout, which has lined up a Broadway slate that also includes “Therese Raquin” with Keira Knightley, “Old Times” with Clive Owen and “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” with Jessica Lange and Michael Shannon.