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Relationship Information, Quotes, and Trivia
Where and/or how did Hugh Grant and Divine Brown meet?
Why did Hugh Grant and Divine Brown break up?
Other Relationship Information about Hugh Grant and Divine Brown:
Classic Quotes by Hugh Grant and Divine Brown about their relationship:
"That was the trick that changed my life, honey, The event that earned me a million dollars. I was just trying to pay a few bills that night, Lo and behold I got a celebrity. I'd agreed to go with him for $50, but ended up with more than ten thousand times that. God has a path for us all." Divine Brown 8/2010
"What a shame he hasn't found lasting happiness. But who knows what the future holds for him? It's not too late to settle down, find a nice woman to love and have kids. Look at me! I'm happy and peaceful in my life, finally." Divine Brown 8/2010
"If he's sad, I could cheer him up again, definitely. The other night I was thinking 'I wonder if he thinks about that night.' I know he loved it. He kept calling me Cherry Red because my lips were red, my shoes and clothes were red. Even my underwear was red. He kept complimenting me on my lips and my feet." Divine Brown 8/2010
"I was running from him. I thought he was a cop. He kept circling the block and pulling up in front of me. There were lots of beautiful girls out there that night, but he just wanted me. Eventually, I built up enough courage to confront him. I said: 'I'm going to call the cops if you keep stalking me.' He said: 'I want you. You're so beautiful. What's a beautiful girl like you doing on the street?' He sounded a bit like Prince Charles but tried to cover up his accent." Divine Brown 8/2010
"When I saw him up close, I could see he was a gorgeous guy. He kept talking about how pretty I was and how he was struck by my lips and my feet. I said. 'You've got all these other women here. Why choose me?' He told me he was looking for a beautiful black woman. I looked around and all the other girls that night were Caucasian. He said, 'Please come with me"." Divine Brown 8/2010
"He kept pushing his foot on the brake, He kept saying: 'Oh Cherry Red, Cherry Red...'Then we got that knock on the window. The guy put his flashlight down on my head. I looked up, Hugh looked up and said "Oh sh**.' We both thought it was somebody just knocking on the window. Then a police officer said 'Please step out of the car.'" Divine Brown 8/2010
"I was back working the streets when he called. The news that Hugh Grant, the British actor, had been arrested was on Good Morning America, the early morning news, but I'd no idea they were talking about me until the police released a mug shot to the media. I actually went back home to San Francisco. All the media were outside my house before I got there. I honestly didn't know it was Hugh Grant until they blasted us out. He wasn't so famous in America then. It was me that helped his career." Divine Brown 8/2010
"You know something? If he saw my face again and I saw his, I'm sure he'd give me that same smile he gave me then. I know he helped to upgrade my future and my family, but I upgraded his, too. He got more recognised and more movies after that night. There was a down stage for both of us first, though." Divine Brown 8/2010
"I was able to buy amazing things, beautiful gowns and dresses, I was always attracted to the glamorous life and that half an hour with Hugh Grant made me able to buy all the things I'd dreamt of having. That film Pretty Woman seemed to be what my life was about. Hugh Grant was my Richard Gere. But I began to change, too. I began to grow. I began to realise I was nothing more than a one-night trick, not a celebrity. I wanted to be a woman with dignity. And, first and foremost, I'm a mother. I didn't like how the media was with my children." Divine Brown 8/2010