Sinead O’Connor is making headlines once again. But this time it’s not for what she’s done, it’s for what she won’t be doing.
Sinead O’Connor still will not be silenced, especially when it comes to her views on U2’s Songs of Innocence.
O’Connor said the two had to split because of the affair, saying the two “both fell equally in love.”
It was August 1, 1981 when MTV first went on the air and changed the world of music forever, ensuring that image and style would forevermore be as important as songwriting and musical talent.
Sinéad O’Connor is ready for war.
Miley Cyrus said her new video for “Wrecking Ball” was inspired by Sinead O’Connor‘s “Nothing Compares 2 U.” Upon hearing this, the Irish singer responded in a very lengthy open letter on her blog.
Sinead O Conner recently showed up in Rolling Stone lookin’ like a house frau in need of a haircut…one quick shave and a 16-day marriage later, and she’s back to normal! I see a picture-ripping […]
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