Courtney Love: 'I've invited Lindsay Lohan to join my spiritual chanting group'

Controversial Hole rocker says the exercise helps her keep out of trouble

Courtney Love: 'I've invited Lindsay Lohan to join my spiritual chanting group'

Photo: Pamela Littky

Courtney Love has revealed that she has invited actress Lindsay Lohan to join her spiritual chanting group.

Both the Hole rocker and the Hollywood actress are renowned for courting controversy, with Love recently hitting the headlines for allegedly relinquishing control of her late husband Kurt Cobain's image as well as apologising to her teenage daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, for claiming Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl tried to seduce her.

In an interview with Access Hollywood, however, the singer said that chanting was like a "religion" to her and helped keep her out of trouble, and also claimed that Lohan would be attending her next meeting.

She said:

I chant. You can tell when I'm not doing it, I get in trouble and then [when] I am doing it, I don't get in trouble. It's really, really good for me. So, that's my religion.


Discussing Lohan, meanwhile, she added: "She's coming to my house to chant. But I don't speak to her very much. We have a mutual friend."

Love also said that she was eager to make a return to acting. The singer, whose film work includes roles in 1996's The People vs. Larry Flynt and 1999's Man On The Moon alongside Jim Carrey, said she was plotting her first return to the silver screen since starring in the 2002 flick Trapped. "I really want to [act again]," she said. "I got sent three screenplays that are green lit. I have a lot of great support."

Last year, Love reportedly signed a deal to pen her own memoir. It is thought that the book will "set the record straight" about her marriage to Cobain, her career as a rock star and actress, and her relationships with other celebrities.






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