Granny of rock Courtney Love (83) is on the cover of this months issue of POP Magazine. We can't wait to read the interview as she seems to be back on track again. A new face lift and a boyfriend who just left his teens behind him seem to have done wonders for her. She has also reportedly been supporting Whitney to clean up and stay away from crack cocaine. So she seems to get nicer as she gets older.
In one of last months issues of NME she spoke about the loss of Kurt and how her lifestyle has affected her. She poignantly spoke about missing her life living in Seattle with Kurt in a basement apartment just the two of them with their little girl and that she wished that they had spent more time together doing nice things.
We hope that she can stay clean for a while at least and we are planning to read Dirty Blonde: The Diaries of Courtney Love this week.
Some amazing Love in Mono below!
From Publishers Weekly
Love writes in her introduction:
"I have always said that I would never write a book, and I really haven't." It's true—"diaries" is something of a misnomer, as "scrapbooks" would more accurately describe the collection of old photographs, hand-scrawled song lyrics and other documents that fill these pages. The materials assembled by Stander cover every phase of the rock star's "wild pirate life," from a failed childhood audition for The Mickey Mouse Club to an e-mail exchange with Lindsay Lohan about dealing with negative press coverage. (The compilation is so up-to-date it even includes her shocked reactions to the revelations about JT Leroy.) Along the way there are mimeographed flyers for early Hole concerts, a picture of the actual heart-shaped box that inspired Kurt Cobain to write the Nirvana song and photo after photo of Love herself, from candid backstage shots to more polished celebrity portraits. A foreword by Carrie Fisher and an afterword by political activists Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards (Manifesta) each, in their own way, celebrate Love as an unrestrained feminist, but the best way to understand her may be to plunge directly into the raw materials. One thing's for sure: you really have never seen a celebrity memoir like this. (Oct.)