Very few people can possibly know what Robin Williams' children are going through. Not only to have your father unexpectedly ripped from your life, but also in such a tragic way, and to have the entire world talking about it? Well, one person hopes she can help. Frances Bean Cobain, surviving daughter of the late Kurt Cobain, reached [...]
Frances Bean Cobain joined the hundreds of celebrities offering their support to Robin Williams' grieving family when she tweeted a heartfelt message to friend Zelda Williams. Frances Bean Cobain, daughter of Courtney love and the late...Show More Summary
Robin Williams’ daughter, Zelda Williams, got a very sweet message of support from Frances Bean Cobain on Twitter. According to Radar Online, Kurt Cobain’s daughter reached out to Zelda one day after her dad, Robin, was found dead in his northern Calif. home. Of course Frances knows how it is to lose a father, and
Soon after the Robin Williams’ tragic death, Frances Bean Cobain took to Twitter to express her love and support for Zelda Williams, the funnyman’s daughter. Cobain, the… READ ON
Last time Lana Del Rey did an interview, she ended up talking about how she wishes to die young and ended up getting a talking to by Frances Bean Cobain. And that’s why we don’t take life advice from Ke$ha songs. Anyway, Lana has a new interview out with Complex, and in it she actuallyMORE
Last week, I blogged about how Lana Del Rey was a depressing ass douche bag who wanted to be the female version of Kurt Cobain and wishes she was dead already because that whole dying young shit is capitol G glamorous. The entire thing made me roll my eyes because, let’s be real, there is [...]
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The Love-Cobain family is sure doing their fair share of lovin’ on the pop world as of late, aren’t they? Just last week, Hole frontwoman Courtney Love posted an Instagram of herself demonstrating the art of letting go (of musical differences) by getting cozy with the elusive chanteuse herself, Mariah Carey. We rejoiced! (And prayed... More »
A little under two weeks ago Lana Del Rey was interviewed by The Guardian. The resulting post was titled "Lana Del Rey: 'I wish I was dead already,'" after one of the pop star's more provocative quotations. In the interview Del Rey spoke...Show More Summary
Lana Del Rey has taken to Twitter to officially respond to Frances Bean Cobain’s comments in regards to her interview with The Guardian where she stated she thought early death was “glamorous” and “I wish I was dead already.” In response to the interview, Cobain left a series of tweets to Del Rey that have
A few days ago or so, a quote from Lana Del Rey started making the rounds about how she glamorous it would be to die young and how she wishes she was already dead, and for the most part everyone kind of just rolled their eyes. Yes, we get it, hipsters like the superficial glamourMORE
Lana Del Rey got Frances Bean Cobain's attention when she told the Guardian earlier this month, "I wish I was dead already." She was talking, at the time, about her heroes, including Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain, and admitted that she sees dying young as glamorous. Frances Bean Cobain responded...
Lana Del Rey said the dumbest things imaginable about how glamorous it is to die young, But Frances Bean Cobain (daughter of the late Kurt Cobain), called her out on being a huge effing idiot, and now I want to give her a standing ovation. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, the late Kurt Cobain’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain posted a series of message on Twitter to take issue with Lana Del Rey's remarks in The Guardian regarding the death of many young musicians. And on Monday (June 23), the “Summertime Sadness” songstress tweeted a response to Ms. Show More Summary
"I don't find that part of music [glamorous] either."
Lana Del Rey just got a master class in what happens when you make untoward comments in a public light. After the singer cited Kurt Cobain as an idol in the same breath during which she said, "I wish I was dead already," Frances Bean...Show More Summary
Nevermind, indeed. Frances Bean Cobain took exception to singer Lana Del Rey’s comments that an early death might be better than fame.
Lana Del Rey had a very strange interview with The Guardian editor, Tim Jonze. Just after the interview began raising eyebrows, Del Rey went on a rampage tweeting about it. Don’t bother going to look for the tweets because they have been deleted due to her conscience making Del Rey regret what she had said.
Frances Bean Cobain has taken to her Twitter account to publicly denounce the comments that Lana Del Rey made in an interview saying “I wish I were dead already.” In case you didn’t know, Frances is the daughter of Kurt Cobain, the Nirvana rocker who died when he was just 27. “the death of young [...]