good evening y’all! everyone should know by now i have this thing for courtney love – she’s totally the queen of cool (in my humble opinion) i was so excited when i heard that her lovely daughter frances bean cobain would be making her modeling debut in harper’s bazaar magazine! finally we’ve got a look at her photo shoot in which frances is posed in a few musicals including evita, grease and beauty & the beast – she’s so adorable and at just 15 – she’s quite mature & very well put together…especially for having grown up under a spotlight – that often included drama – yet ms. love sure did something right – no matter what you may think about her! she must be so proud of frances – plus i bet her legendary dad kurt cobain is looking down from up above with great pride! i’m very curious to see what the future holds in store for her – this girl is going places – mark my words! i still can’t believe she’s already 15 – it seems like just yesterday when she was born – time sure does fly! make sure to check out the great article that accompanies the photos! popbytes over & out for now…xxoo!
PHOTO CREDIT | JEFF RIEDEL
Of course, it is genetics – her grunge-icon father, Kurt, who took his own life when Frances was not yet two, and her rocker mother, Courtney, now clean after completing drug rehabilitation in 2005 – that has the world so intrigued by Frances. (“She has a legend on her shoulders,” Courtney observes.) “I get it, I really do,” Frances says with a wriggle, “but at the same time, it’s creepy. It’s creepy to see fan sites about me.” There are almost 200,000 Web pages featuring Frances, which variously anoint her “the most beloved child in rock ‘n’ roll” or debate burning issues like “Do you think Frances Bean should guest on Hannah Montana?”
“These people are fascinated by me, but I haven’t done anything,” Frances says. “I’m famous by default. I came out of the womb and people wanted to know who I was because of my parents. If you’re a big Nirvana fan, a big Hole fan, then I understand why you would want to get to know me, but I’m not my parents. People need to wait until I’ve done something valid with my life.” READ THE FULL ARTICLE