Well, they protested enough to get pretty darned friendly, it seems.
Neil Young and Daryl Hannah -- who've both been protesting the proposed Keystone XL pipeline -- were photographed Tuesday in Southern California on what appeared to be a lunch date, complete with arms draped around one another and at least one smooch on the cheek.
Hannah, a passionate political and social activist, recently took to Twitter in a call for action to support a recently-rejected constitutional amendment that would overturn the controversial Citizens United decision.“He recorded a new album a few weeks ago, and she was on Skype the entire time, giving him feedback on every take.He even told people in the studio she was his ‘girlfriend,” an insider explained. "I was worried that he was going to be taken advantage of," he said. She hasn't had it easy either." Stern said he thought that Crosby made the comments out of love for his bandmate, and Crosby agreed. I'm the guy that wound up in prison, not her." It's unclear how Young feels now about the situation, but when he appeared on the Stern show last October, he was so angry at Crosby that he tried to avoid saying his name, referring to their group as "uh…Stills, Nash and Young." He also said that another CSNY reunion would never happen.