Seeing the band in concert later, she was more struck by their strange physical appearance: “Krist was really, really big,” she observed, “and he dwarfed Kurt to the point where you couldn’t see how cute Kurt was because he looked like a tiny boy.”Her opinion of Nirvana, and the tiny boy, changed entirely when she bought the “Sliver” single in October 1990.“When I played it,” she recalled, “I was like, ‘Oh, my God—I missed this!Before sending it she rubbed her perfume on it like a magical charm. He would repaint their faces and glue human hair onto their heads.The resulting creatures were both beautiful and grotesque, looking as much like child corpses as dolls.
Kurt responded with a flirt of his own: He grabbed Courtney and wrestled her to the ground.
Reflecting on the love they once shared, Corgan explained that it boiled down to "two artists, probably before their insanity hit, finding some sort of zeitgeist between one another in terms of artwork and what we wanted to accomplish." And while the two are now on good terms, the musician recognizes a change in their dynamic.
"We connected very deeply and once it spun off and where we spun off -- we've never had that same relationship again," he concluded.
Courtney Love's dodging making a decision on who gets Kurt Cobain's famous guitar -- their daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, or her estranged husband ... Isaiah Silva -- who's in an ongoing divorce with Frances -- claims Courtney's refused to come to the door twice when his investigators tried to serve her with deposition papers. The rep also says Courtney hasn't been home much ...
Frances says the "priceless family heirloom" belongs to her, but he says it's his because she gifted it to him. her rep tells us she's already publicly stated the guitar is a family heirloom and doesn't belong to anyone other than family, which echoes what she told us in July 2016.