In the eyes of Sinead O’Connor the reality star has no business covering the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
Sinead O’Connor has made her feeling very clear over Rolling Stone's choice of Kim Kardashian as the magazine's latest cover star. The outspoken singer posted an expletive fill rant on her Facebook page blasting the iconic magazine for using Kardashian on the cover, while declaring, ‘music has officially died’.
Don’t expect to find Sinead O’Connor picking up the latest issue of Rolling Stone.
‘What is this c**t ("I don't smile much because it causes wrinkles") doing on the cover of Rolling Stone? Music has officially died,’ O’Connor wrote on her official page. ‘Who knew it would be Rolling Stone that murdered it? Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh can no longer be expected to take all the blame. Bob Dylan must be fucking horrified. #BoycottRollingStone #AGenerationIsBeingGroomedAndSilenced’
Sinead O'connor - With news recently that singer Sinead O'Connor had joined political party Sinn Fein, O'Connor played to a sell out crowd at Vicar Street wearing a 1916 Easter Rising t-shirt. Also visible on Sinead's face was the recently removed tattoos 'B' and 'Q' which were tattooed on her cheeks in red ink which stood for Brendan Quinlan, a mystery man Sinead, alludes to on her website when vaguely discussing her new tattoos. - Dublin, Ireland - Tuesday 16th December 2014
Sir Bob Geldof and Sinead O'connor - Celebrities arrive at the Sarm studios to record the Band Aid 30 single 'Do they Know It's Christmas. The new Band Aid 30 song and music video will debut on The X Factor results show Sunday night (16Nov) at The X Factor - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 15th November 2014
Two years ago, 'How About I Be Me And You Be You' marked a stunning return to form for the irrepressible and iconic Irish artist Sinead O'connor. Its predecessor, 'Theology', whilst by no means a bad album, was not her best work. Having taken a longer gap between that album and her last as she grappled with issues of health and relationships, Sinead appeared in the main to have got her mojo back. Thankfully, on 'I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss', she has not only held onto it but also demonstrated how she has clearly been buoyed by the love and appreciation shown by critics and fans alike by channelling some of that towards making another strong, positive and self-affirmed album.
Once you get past the clunky at best, bumper sticker at worst, well-intentioned but frankly awful album title, the music more than ever stands up to close scrutiny. Sinead's ability to craft and deliver a song with moving emotive passion has rarely been in question and the twelve new songs on this, her tenth album, are no exception. Her voice is still a truly individual and beguiling instrument that is so expressive, she never fails to own each song she performs. Sinead imparts such conviction and gives such an impassioned performance throughout 'I'm Not Bossy...' from the softly sung autobiographical plea of 'How About I Be Me' to the last bars of the aching intimacy of 'Streetcars'.
Sinead's need to love and be loved are more evident than ever on this album ("Always gotta be the lioness, taking care of everyone else"). Her four failed marriages may have taken a toll on her resilience but her belief in the institution of love has seemingly never been stronger. Perhaps it's an age thing or just how comfortable she has become in dealing with herself and her true feelings; whatever the reason, Sinead's motherly instincts and her protective, nurturing nature stretch far further than trying to persuade Miley Cyrus she may not be doing herself, or her gender, any favours in the way she has been promoting herself.
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The often controversial singer wont be holding anything back in her autobiography.
Singer Sinead O’Connor has said she’s looking forward to “dishing the sexual dirt” on everyone she’s ever slept with in her upcoming memoir. The as yet untitled autobiography is set to hit selves in March 2016 and is already looking likely to be as headline grabbing as the singer herself.
Sinead O'connor is writing her autobiography
In a statement to announce the future release O’Connor said, “I’ve never stopped expressing myself in my music, and now, with a book and I look forward to dishing the sexual dirt on everyone I've ever slept with.”
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The 47 year-old singer feels the public perception of women with mental health "is notoriously abusive."
Irish singer Sinead O'Connor was very touched by the sympathy the general public have shown the late Robin Williams and his family after news broke of the legendary comedian's suicide this past Monday (Aug 11th), but she wishes young women with mental illnesses would receive the same compassion.
O'Connor wishes women with mental health issues would be treated the same as men
The Oscar-winning actor, who had suffered with depression in the past, was found in his bedroom, fully clothed, and gently suspended in a seat with a belt wrapped around his neck, with one end wedged between the door and the frame of his closet.
Sinead O'connor - Sinead O'Connor and Kate Tempest performing on stage during Day Three of Camp Bestival at Lulworth Castle in Dorset - Sunday 3rd August 2014 - Dorset, United Kingdom - Sunday 3rd August 2014
One lesson we can all take from these celebrities: once you put it on the internet, it's out there forever.
Despite her Twitter apology, Peaches Geldof is still in hot water for tweeting the names of two mothers, whose babies were involved in abuse by disgraced rock star Ian Watkins. The daughter of Bob Geldof apologized and explained that she had assumed the names were already public knowledge, however she is still under investigation, according to the Daily Mail. The concern was that her tweets could expose the two children, who were granted lifelong anonymity by a court order, after their mothers had allowed Watkins to abuse them.
Peaches apologised profusely for the comment, but these are some tweets that may come back to haunt her.
While information on the case mostly ends here (save for the few tweets by the socialite herself), this isn’t the first time that social media has gotten the better out of a celebrity. Luckily, most of the time some Twitter TMI is only likely to provide some fodder for the gossip websites, rather than have real-world consequences. So with that in mind, let’s lighten the mood a little at take a look at some of the most embarrassing celebrity tweets.
The twerking pop singer's success laughs in the face of her critics.
Miley Cyrus, the most talked-about pop star this year, has notched up the remarkable achievement of reaching the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Since Wednesday (16th Oct.), Cyrus has begun her Billboard chart reign with her latest record, Bangerz.
Miley Storms The Charts With 'Bangerz.'
Though Miley was famous as a singer and actress on Disney's Hannah Montana, her recent rebellious transformation and a controversial performance at this year's MTV VMAs has seen the 20 year-old star rise to greater prominence and, some might say, notoriety.
We know which side we're on...
Charlotte Church seems willing to take on one of the biggest businesses in the world as she denounces the "culture of demeaning women" in the contemporary music industry. The 27-year-old singer made her comments as she delivered the keynote speech for the John Peel Lecture.
Having suffered the very same fate she accuses the music industry of inflicting on young female artists, Church has emerged as a popular voice of reason in a spectrum clearly lacking reason and forethought.
Miley Cyrus’s increased sexualisation of herself, and inanimate objects like foam fingers and wrecking balls, has catalysed the concern regarding an underlying culture of sexism and exploitation.
Date of birth
8th December, 1966