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We still went together to share the night."The last I talked to her was after (Plain White T's album) 'Big Bad World.' She texted me to say, 'Hey, I like the new songs.' I wrote back, 'Thanks, did you get the new album? That was probably two years ago."Di Crescenzo currently lives in New York and is dating the same guy she was seeing during the 2008 Grammys.
The alum of Queen of Peace High School in southwest suburban Burbank competes professionally in track and field events around the world thanks to a sponsorship deal with Puma (her specialty is the steeplechase, which involves jumping hurdles and pools of water). Even though it's about me, I have a distant connection to it.
Tom Higgenson says playing Chicago's House of Blues — where Plain White T's closed out the first leg of their "Wonders of the Younger" tour Feb. It's where he first bonded with Delilah Di Crescenzo, the inspiration for the band's best-known song.
They met in 2003 when one of Higgenson's friends asked if her friend could come with them to a Lucky Boys Confusion concert because Di Crescenzo was leaving for college the next day and had no plans. She knows I'm lying because we just met: 'Cool, I want to hear it.'"They said their goodbyes after the show — but not before Higgenson sang a song with Lucky Boys Confusion to impress Di Crescenzo — and then spoke every one or two days online over the next few weeks.
Delilah Di Crescenzo is an American distance runner.
She competes in the women's 3000 meters steeplechase.
Higgenson agreed, and he and a friend later went to pick up Di Crescenzo for the show. Because she had a boyfriend at the time and went to school in New York, the relationship never went beyond "innocent flirtation," Higgenson says. ""I told her, 'Eventually I'll write a song for you, and it'll be the best song I've ever written,'" he says.
1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart in 2007 and, as he predicted, was nominated for a Grammy award.Two of them, in fact (song of the year and best pop performance by a duo or group).