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Kurt Cobain and Tony Hawk’s children are getting married
Frances Bean Cobain, daughter of 1990s legends Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain, and Riley Hawk, son of legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk and Cindy Dunbar, recently got married.
Their marriage comes more than a year after Frances Bean (31), an artist and model, revealed on social media that she and Riley (30), who followed in his father’s footsteps and is a skateboarder, are in a relationship.
Entertainment Weekly reports that Michael Stipe, lead singer of the band REM and Frances’ godfather, officiated the ceremony.
Cobain, lead singer of the group Nirvana, took his own life on 5 April 1994 by shooting himself with a shotgun.
Beckham’s former alleged snitch reacts to Netflix docuseries
David Beckham’s former assistant Rebecca Loos apparently waves a red card for the soccer star’s Netflix documentary, simply titled Beckham.
Loos, who allegedly had an extramarital affair with the former Manchester United player in the early 2000s, told the Daily Mail said that Beckham made himself out to be a victim.
The soccer star’s former personal assistant further argued that she once caught him in bed with a Spanish model.
“He has to take responsibility. Of course he can say what he wants, and I understand he has an image to preserve, but he portrays himself as the victim and he makes me look like a liar, like I made up the stories about the relationship. “
At the time, Beckham denied these allegations and did not mention Loos’ name in the documentary series. However, he said that during his move from Manchester to Real Madrid there were “some horrible stories that were difficult to deal with”.
Beckham, who married former Spice Girls singer and fashion designer Victoria Adams in 1999, says further in the series that that period “was the first time Victoria and I were put under that kind of pressure in our marriage.”
Britney’s book breaks records
Oops, there she does it again!
American pop singer Britney Spears’ sensational memoir, The Woman in Mehas only been on the shelves for a few days and is apparently already breaking records.
In a post on her official X account (formerly Twitter) on Tuesday, the 41-year-old singer thanked her fans for their support and claimed her book had become the best-selling celebrity memoir in history on its very first day. .
Although this achievement has not yet been officially confirmed, her book has achieved the number one spot on Amazon and Barnes and Noble’s bestseller lists since its debut. It has not yet made it onto the prestigious New York Times bestseller list.
The Woman In Me gives readers a look at the “Toxic” singer’s successful music career, her complicated relationships, as well as her eventual breakdown that led to a 13-year guardianship.
Shocking revelations about her relationship with Justin Timberlake, her stormy childhood and the abuse she faced during her guardianship under her father are covered in this book.
Harry Potter actor makes documentary about disabled daredevil
Harry Potter, beloved storybook and movie character, is not the only “boy that lived” not.
Daniel Radcliffe, the British actor who gave life to this character on the big screen, is now putting the spotlight on David Holmes, his Harry Potter daredevil who was paralyzed after breaking his neck during filming of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 broke.
Holmes announced in an Instagram post that Radcliff is in the producer’s chair for a new documentary called The Boy that livedwhich will feature interviews from both and show footage of Holmes’ stunts.
“Being a daredevil was my calling in life, and playing Harry’s double was the best job in the world. In January 2009 I had an accident that changed my life forever. This film tells the story of not only my achievements in front of the camera, but also the challenges I face every day, and my overall attitude towards life after suffering a broken neck,” Holmes wrote on Instagram .
The documentary will be available to stream on Sky Documentaries from 18 November.
Additional resources: Entertainment Weekly, E! News, Time Magazine, BBC, Newsweek.