Marketa and glen dating


07-Aug-2017 04:01

Hansard and Irglova have been invited to perform their duet Falling Slowly at tomorrow's Oscars, where they have been nominated in the Best Original Song category.

Admirers of this charming little film with its unresolved romantic tension may be interested to learn that, while promoting the movie, the stars became an item.

Walking up the hill tonight And you have closed your eyes I wish I didn't have to make All those mistakes and be wise But please try to be patient I know that I'm still learning I'm sorry that you have to see The strength inside me burning Where are you my angel now? And I know that you can't do it all But you can't say I'm not trying I'm on my knees in front of him But he doesn't seem to see me But all his troubles on his mind He's looking right through me And I'm letting myself down By satisfying you And I wish that you could see I have my troubles too Looking at you sleeping I'm with a man I know I'm sitting here weeping While the hours pass so slow And I know that in the morning I'll have to let you go And you'll be just a man Once I used to know But for these past few days Someone I don't recognize This isn't all my fault When will you realize?

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The real-life romance that blossomed out of Oscar-winning indie "Once" is over.

Glen Hansard confirmed he is no longer dating Marketa Irglova.

The previous unknowns co-starred in the 2007 film and became international sensations, eventually winning last year's Oscar for best original song for "Falling Slowly" and getting a record deal.

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Glen's voice is VERY Powerful and something to behold live.

When Irish singer Glen Hansard and Czech pianist Markéta Irglová fell in love on the big screen in the 2007 hit "Once," audiences swooned over the passionate and fragile acoustic music the couple made together in the film, which mirrored, reflected and fictionalized their lives."To this day, people get confused as to where the lines are," Irglová said.