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She ‘twerked’, stripped on stage and repeatedly licked her lips, but Miley Cyrus’ VMA appearance is just one of the many outrageous moments to emerge from the show.

Courtney Love wants British husband

Courtney Love is looking for a new husband in England.

Diary: Mad about the girl

Glamorous Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks graced many a newspaper page yesterday after being hailed as a perfect physical role model by Equalities minister Lynne Featherstone.

Watch out – Courtney's in confessional mode

Never one to hold back, the singer has been opening up about her past again – this time about her supposed affair with Kate Moss

The Word On... Nobody's Daughter, Hole

"Somehow, some way, this record, unlike Courtney Love's persona for the last decade, isn't a cringe-inducing disaster." - nowtoronto.com

Album: Hole, Nobody's Daughter (Mercury)

The riffs, the roar, the rants: must be another Hole record

Album: Hole, Nobody's Daughter, (Mercury)

Having dallied awhile on the fringes of Hollywood without ever establishing herself as more than a thespian novelty and car-crash sideshow, Courtney Love has finally returned to music with Nobody's Daughter, the first Hole album in 12 years, and her first musical offering since America's Sweetheart, her self-pitying solo album from 2004.

Hole, Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

When all you need is Love

Lady Gaga, MEN Arena, Manchester<br/>Hole, O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

There are visions still tick-ticking in Lady Gaga's brain, while Courtney Love's caustic scream is a blast from the past

I Blame Coco, Proud Galleries, London

Imagine the face of 19-year-old Coco Sumner, frontwoman of I Blame Coco and daughter of tantric soft-rock god Sting, on finding out that Courtney Love had been squeezed on to the top of the bill for tonight's show at the last minute.

How Facebook 'night of mayhem' lived up to its Park Lane billing

It was billed as a night of mayhem and it certainly delivered. Riot police yesterday evening fought running battles with party-goers after an illegal rave in a multi-million mansion attracted thousands of teenage gatecrashers like hedonistic moths to a flame.

Pandora: Love sets her sights on Iannucci for biopic

Here's a bit of unlikely casting: Armando Iannucci, directing a biopic of Kurt Cobain.

Courtney Love loses custody of daughter

A court filing shows the only daughter of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love has been placed in a temporary guardianship.

Nirvana tantrum over Cobain's Guitar Hero appearance

Kurt Cobain's appearance in the latest Guitar Hero video game is not hitting the right notes with the surviving members of Nirvana.

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Don't call us: the cult of the actress rock stars

The apparent danger of rock'n'roll draws actresses like Scarlett Johansson, says Nick Hasted. Shame they can't all sing
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The Last Word: Tumbleweed through deserted stands and suites at Wembley

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