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Courtney Love News Archive
OMG! It just keeps getting juicier and more SCANDALOUS!
Revenge built us up this week with shocking twists and turns in its second-to-last episode before saying good-bye forever in the series finale next week (see trailer above).
In this week's AH-Mazing rollercoaster episode, Amanda (Emily VanCamp) spends most of her time in the slammer for being framed for *SPOILERS*
This is such an exciting year for Nirvana fans!
Not only are they getting a look into the life of Kurt Cobain in the HBO documentary, Montage of Heck, out May 4 — but they can also live life like the rockstar by staying in his Los Angeles apartment!
Yes, you totally read that correctly!
The apartment that Kurt and Courtney Love shared in El Lay from 1991-1992 is available for rent on Airbnb! This is definitely something fans should look into staying at if they're in the Los Angeles area!
According to the listing on the popular apartment rental site, it describes the space as the perfect combination of comfort, style, and rock 'n' roll history! It reads:
But all of that changed at Tuesday night's premiere of the HBO documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.
The 22-year-old walked the red carpet with her once-estranged mother as they prepared to unveil an in-depth look at the life of the late Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain.
Frances Bean looked very grown up, donning an all-black jumpsuit, and Courtney was stunning in her gorgeous, red dress.
And Frances, who produced her father's documentary, decided to say a few words before the lights dimmed:
Frances Bean Cobain Admits She Doesn't Like Nirvana While Sharing Her True Thoughts On Her Father Kurt's Suicide For The First Time
She sure put a lot of thought into this.
It's been 21 years since Kurt Cobain's death, and for the very first time, his daughter Frances Bean Cobain is speaking publicly about her father.
Despite growing up in the spotlight, Frances, 22, has never really addressed the Nirvana frontman's suicide… until now.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Frances, an artist herself, spoke bluntly about Kurt's role as the voice of a generation, saying: