The video below comes from Hit So Hard, a documentary about the troubled life of Hole drummer Patty Schemel. As AntiQuiet explains, while it's not about Kurt and Courtney directly, "the scene [from the movie] that most viewers kept bringing up was the one where Cobain and Love duet on a never-released song, called 'Stinking of You.' It’s taken quite a while, but footage of the couple singing has hit YouTube."
Brad and Angelina Are Engaged: "Pitt skipped the tradition of getting down on one knee and merely presented the ring as a token of his unwavering love." Jolie debuted "the tablet-shaped diamond" a few days later at a "private viewing of Chinese antiquities" at LACMA. Jolie's dad, Jon Voight, says he is "very happy for them!" The pressure came courtesy of the kids. "Maddox wanted them to have a wedding. He was the most vocal in pushing for it." Brad was also vocal. "Brad pleaded and said that everything else in the kids' lives in not normal. They travel constantly, they are always in different houses and different schools. They needed to give the kids one thing in their life that is normal, and they are asking for this. He said they should do it for them." This was hardly Pitt's first attempt to propose. "He asked her to marry him when she was pregnant with Shiloh. And she said no." BURN. Angie knew Brad would stick around anyway. "I don't think she has ever worried about her ability to keep a man, but what she has with Brad is very strong. They can still be hot and heavy. There is a great attraction. And Pitt has what it takes intellectually and emotionally to keep Jolie interested for the long haul. Angie is deep and thoughtful and undeniably sure of herself. I don't think any man but Brad could really make it work." While their ceremonies to previous spouses involved theatrics like "a gospel choir and fireworks show" (Pitt/Aniston) and "a wardrobe of black rubber pants and a white shirt with his name written in her blood" (Jolie/Miller), this will be a much more low-key event at their French estate. "Angie's even learning how to cook!" Maybe she'll cook coq au vin with Brad's blood!
Earlier this week, multi-hyphenate harridan Courtney Love embarked upon one of the once-infamous Twitter jags that forced her from a public account to a private one (@cbabymichelle, where her typo-riddled, stream-of-consciousness twirades were ostensibly safe from blogger approbation, haha) to accuse longtime blood-nemesis Dave Grohl of trying to sleep with Frances Bean Cobain, her 19-year-old daughter with, uh, you know who. Shortly after those protected tweets were released into the wild and met with the appropriate levels of disbelieving queasiness, Grohl's publicists denied the accusations. "Ah, but that's what publicists do!" you say, momentarily drawn in by the irresistible force of this Love-conjured shit-whirlwind. Fortunately for everyone involved, Frances Bean Cobain had her people issue a statement to smother the rumor in its Twitter crib, as the Observer shares: