Courtney Love Is Writing A Memoir

If you've been enjoying all the grunge-era nostalgia related to the 20th anniversary of Nevermind, we have more good news: Courtney Love is writing a memoir! And not just any memoir, a "tell-all" memoir. Courtney will "collaborate" with Anthony Bozza, who co-wrote books with Tommy Lee, Slash, and INXS. The release reads: "Although Love is often associated with deceased husband, music legend and front man of Nirvana, Kurt Cobain, she has had an incredible artistic career of her own crisscrossing into music, film, popular culture, and fashion…The as yet untitled memoir will offer a no-holds-barred look into Love's life from childhood to the present day." [MediaBistro]
The Hollywood Reporter explains that Courtney has wanted to write a memoir for 19 years, and may be looking to refute the claims in several unflattering biographies and her mother's memoir Her Mother's Daughter. [HR]

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Thanks to N.Y. Mag for this beautiful gif of Ryan Gosling giving George Clooney an endless wet willy. [N.Y. Mag]

Courtney Love Is Writing A Memoir

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Courtney Love Is Writing A Memoir

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