“It was a very frightening experience”.
A member of the singer’s family says she intends to jump from a bridge.
The singer was declared “missing suicidal” by police.
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The singer is reportedly safe but “unwell and receiving treatment”.
Nothing compares to Sinead O’Connor’s fury at Rolling Stone magazine. The Irish singer-songwriter has just hucked a grenade of shade at the music rag over its decision to feature inexplicably famous sex tape star actual celebrity Kim Kardashian on its front cover, a place traditionally reserved for the music industry’s biggest and brightest talents. Despite
Sinead O’Connor has added a Melbourne performance to her forthcoming Australian tour. The Hamer Hall at Arts Centre Melbourne will host the outspoken Irish singer on 4th March 2015. Buoyed by her new album I’m Not Bossy I’m The Boss, 47-year-old O’Connor will be backed by her five-piece band during her Australian jaunt. While material
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Palmer defends Cyrus to O’Connor: “Miley is, from what I can gather, in charge of her own show.”
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