Courtney Love issues Twitter plea to Frances Bean – Daily Gossip

Liam goes cruising, Sugababe for Glasto wedding?, Kylie in video orgy – your music gossip stop

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Today’s top gossip:

Courtney Love has issued a plea to daughter Frances Bean, who she lost custody of in December 2009. Writing on Twitter, she said: “Bean I saw you at Coachella in a pic… I love you, sorry to take to the world wide ethernet but I love you and I don’t know how to tell you without telling one of the pack, madly.” She added: “I know you don’t want me to not succeed and I know you’re wiser than anyone I know, but I know you need me and I need you. I miss you Bean.” Love also went on to give the 17 year-old some advice about relationships, after she was pictured with a rumoured boyfriend recently. “He looks sweet and like your dad actually,” Love said of the boy, referencing Kurt Cobain (Twitter).


From the papers:

Kylie Minogue filmed her comeback video ‘All The Lovers’ with a host of scantily-clad extras in a scene resembling an orgy (The Sun).

Sugababes Heidi Range‘s boyfriend Dave Berry says he wants to ‘marry’ her at this year’s Glastonbury (Daily Mirror).

Westlife‘s Nicky Byrne was rushed to hospital in Liverpool at the weekend, after playfighting with bandmate Kian Egan got out of hand when he hit his head on a glass table in the band’s hotel (The Sun).

Liam Gallagher took his family on a Silversea cruise liner from New York to Southampton to evade the volcanic ash problem affecting flights recently (Travel Weekly).

A pair of knickers worn by Lady Gaga for a promotional shoot that were loaned by high class lingerie company Rigby & Peller have gone AWOL (various).


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