18 Burst results for "Frances Bean"

"frances bean" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"If they wanted to split. So that Kirk got the biggest cut going forward because he was is writing most of the day fine but their agreement up through never mind was split it all evenly. Yeah Lake retroactively is. You can't just go back and be like no now. I wrote all these songs so I should get all the credit for even though we had this agreement before. That just seems fucking greedy. Yeah definitely it already seems a little title like okay Incur actually had the nerve to call. KRISTEN DIV greedy. The ban became extremely close to breaking up over this. But everyone encouraged Kristen Dave back down and let Kurt have this. One in incur ended up with a seventy five percent cut of the royalties. Jesus all it did was served have to push the guys farther apart right still. They went overseas to make up cancelled. Tour dates it was miserable especially because Kurt was still on heroin and his stomach McCain was out of control. Oh you're saying the heroine didn't help his stomach yeah I think what he would say about that is he would shoot up. Heroin and the pain will go away but as soon as he was coming down off of it will come back because no shit. You're in a state of you. Know Euphoric Stupor for up to ten hours. Yeah so yeah. You're not gonNA feel fucking anything. Yup that's that's how drugs work. That's how that drug works. Hey opioids that's what they do oils boy. Oh Boy Oh boy uh-huh oh boy Ed's we really have a problem in this boy. Oh Ole boy oh boy yeah. It's a real problem. I mean it is it is yes anyway. Anyway he went to great lengths to get drugs on tour including getting them from an AIDS patient. That sketchy Dr hooked him up with. He's taking oh boy weeds from AIDS patients. Why do you addiction has fucking what addiction it does to you and I know we've talked about this? We're going to beat this fucking horse to death. But that's why it's just infuriating. That so many people around him just let it happen when they could have stopped it and then they leave that to stop it and should have at least made it very well known that. It's it's not okay for you to do yet at Joanna sounded like he did it. They knew he was doing it. But they said there's nothing I can do as opposed to yes try and not only was sir nothing I could do but I'm not very close to him so I'm not going to try. I get it. It is defeating to know that he's probably not gonNA listen to you. I'll try yeah and a lot of people in his circle. Just let it happen. And that's ridiculous. Would you are kidding. Oh boy it's from an AIDS patient. Yeah sketchy doctor and know your come on. That's really when they become. Oh boy. It's yeah it is so oh boy into Welker was supposedly clean during the tour in only taking leaky Methadone pills. As soon as he got back home he started right up with heroin again. He was spending four hundred dollars a day on drugs and what have spent more if he could take more than four hundred dollars a day out of the ATM. Yeah that's that's the problem. Yeah that's almost twice as much as it is now. I think the difference between scene one hundred dollars in nine hundred ninety one or nineteen. Ninety two Two now is like it would be one hundred and seventy dollars now. That's almost twice voices much. That's a lot. He had a moment of clarity realizing his baby was about to be born and he didn't want to be hooked on heroin when the big moment happens good so he checked himself into Rehab at Cedars Sinai Hospital on August Fourth Nineteen ninety-two. This wasn't the first time attempting Rehab and it wouldn't be his last last aside from getting off heroin. There was another plus to going to Rehab. He finally got his stomach issues. Looked at okay good. Doctors put him through a slew of of tests x-rays and Cat Scans according to Michael Azar. Add the author of the book that I was reading. The verdict was a pinched nerve in his back that led to his stomach causing undue amounts of pain and vomiting all right but he didn't do anything about it. Oh if he actually did get it. Diagnosed diagnosed as something didn't do anything about it so he just continued using heroin over the course of the next few years is the author just assume that this is the problem or is this what some doctors were saying was the problem. No this is what He. This is what Kurt told him. Oh yes because the author of the book Michael as read he was following Nirvana around. He spent a lot of time with her. And all of the quotes uses in the book are directly away from Kurt to him and it's a firsthand account holy Shit so Kurt knew what was wrong. Yeah chose not to do anything all you have to do. I mean all you have to do but get some surgery. Try something granted. They might not have had that much knowledge about it at that point but still like you would think there would be some kind kind of like physical therapy or something. There's definitely people getting back surgery back. Then yeah like they knew how to do back surgery by ninety two so yeah yeah it but now you know it's easier getting heroin heroin go. That's sad when your healthcare so bad. It's like it'd be easier though heroin. Yeah meanwhile shit was about to hit the fucking fan for Kurt. And Courtney. Oh Yeah it was. Fantasy Fair magazine released. Its September one thousand nine hundred to issue with a featured story on courtney the photos of a pregnant naked courtney in see through lingerie wasn't what made people clutch their pearls. What what did was cornelis admission that she was using heroin in her? First Trimester not something you tell. Vanity Fair Courtney. Yeah that's really really know you. We're really proud of the fact that you used and still manage to carry a baby full term a healthy baby which is great awesome but maybe not something to gloat about magazine and this is a weird. An unusual misstep for Corny. I think because usually she knows what she's doing doing when she puts herself in front of the camera in with a journalist and whatever's she for some reason thought this was going to be like a nice little story about her her and her music and stuff. It's like you had one EP. That was released a year before this came out you. Oh have nothing coming down the line. Nobody knows who your band is. The only reason Vanity Fair wants to talk to. You is because you're Kurt cobain's junkie wife who is pregnant with their babies pregnant with possibly there junkie baby right so what he knows that you're not using yes so of course they're not going to be fucking Nice Nice to you. They want the juice. Yeah they want all the detail they start all the rumors so they can sell magazines. They grabbed that citrus. A truce and justice for all. It's worth a we's that orange and they weren't there to like handle you gently. Yeah no no one cared. That she didn't know she. She was pregnant and stopped using immediately after she found out right. It caused an uproar. Anyway in children's services got involved they took the cobain's to court where where the use of Vanity Fair article and urine tests approve they. Kurt and Courtney were abusing drugs and she didn't have custody of their as yet unborn child. They also ordered. Kurt go to a detox program. Even though he was already in one oh so like he would have to finish out that program then immediately go to another detox program. Their defense he could benefit from two in a row. Yeah just to like reaffirm everything. He learned the first time. Yeah Guy on August eighteenth nineteen. Ninety-two Corny gave birth to Frances Bean Cobain at Cedar Sinai Hospital the same one. Where Kurt I was going through Rehab? No let's comedian. Yeah Courtney personally walked across the hospital to drag her husband into the delivery room screaming at him the entire time I'm encouraged promptly passed out Mrs Daughters Birth. Oh yeah apparently he was on sleeping pills. Oh Jeez like prescribed ones in them place or is he sneaking him. Oh I'm sure. They were prescribed contrary to popular belief. Aleve Francis was not named after Francis Farmer but rather after Francis McKee of the Scottish band the vast leans okay. They're really loved them. Vessel Leans they did head ever the trendsetters. They were one of the first celebrity couples to give their kid weird middle name getting the name. Bean from you guessed it a fucking bean we like beings. Yeah they're really. They're really into beans. They thought she looked like a kidney. Bean on her Sonogram I me me and so. They named her beans who they realize. All do is look like kidney beans because that's just what it looks like in there. Yeah I don't know they were on drugs. They were drugs. You're right. You're right two weeks. After Francis was born child. Services took her away from current Corny. They they were forced to surrender custody. Two Courtney Sister Jamie and we're not allowed to be alone with their own daughter. That's really harsh. That kinda sucks and I do feel for for Courtney at this point. Because she was going through postpartum depression they was literally two weeks after she gave birth and At that time they were both clean. You know that's that's a really big mess step in the system and I get why they did it. 'cause you're like oh I'm hearing all these things but it was all based on speculation and yeah and the Vanity Fair article if they drug tested. Like Kurtz already whatever in Rehab. But if they drug test the courtney courtney she should lean so. Why wouldn't you at least drug tested before you decide to take your kid away right? That's not fair at her. Like this is probably the one time we will side with courtney like this is. This is kind of bullshit. Yeah because they were clean and I feel like this was a real slap in the face to trying to stay clean yet. If you're not do they hold this. Yeah this really didn't help the struggle. If you're still getting your kid take annoy when you try to be clean. Why is there an incentive for you to not use again right? He you spent the better part of Nineteen ninety-two battling courts. Submitting regular urine tests and hemorrhaging money in an attempt to get custody Francis back eventually they did but the media Shit Shit Storm. It caused a huge black mark. On the couple. Now the entire world thought of Corneas Lowlife Junkies. The worst parents that ever lived and they didn't even really have a chance. Stephen Be Parents at this point and they didn't even have a chance to defend themselves. Yeah that's this is Kinda fucked up again. They're finally books clean and they just get shed on for. Yeah rumors of Nirvana breaking up. Also dogged the band Kurtz hospitalizations force them to release a statement saying no. He's not in the hospital for drugs. He's there because of health reasons. This led to people thinking he was on death store and the ban was breaking. Oh my gosh. Whatever the most dramatic story they can build as basically Siklie? Those rumors couldn't have been farther from the truth but the ban still had fun with them at the end of August. Ninety two the ban headline England's reading festival Kurt dressed in a hospital gown and doing his best to look frail and weak on my was rolled out onto the stage in a wheelchair. He Shakily he got up. Sang a bar. Two of the rose by Bette midler and then collapsed only immediately shot back up and launched into breed. The The joke was an outright jab at the English tabloids which surprise surprise..

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"frances bean" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:16 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"It doesn't go so well because women at least have hair and can put makeup on every day. But when you have have you thought of doing something I onto scared. I'm not brave enough. Because honestly, it's like, you know, there's there's a couple of factors one. I am kind of obsessed with death. I think it's because of my job, maybe because my life started with my mother's Jeff that I think about death allot. I always think something's going to happen. I never get on a plane and think I'm gonna make it and the other side. Yeah. Yeah. I'm kind of doomsday that way. Understand that though that's on. So and I'm too scared because I make my living with my face and with the HDTV now, it'll film every little. Thing shows. I mean, I don't put anything I'm too scared to do anything to my face. It's going to change the way. It's totally going to change the way. Okay. I don't see anybody on TV that shoots. Bo talks. Or does anything that? I don't see. Good. You just see young it doesn't work for the character. Yeah. And you can't out your favorite class to move. And you know, and I think there's. More than anything. There's a psychological component to your have to be okay with aging a little bit. Yes. Greece your fucking mind. If you know, if you're looks are what was pulling your brain together, you're gonna lose them. And you're just going to be a mess. So I think there's something to be said for psychologically being okay with your looks chain at sun easy. But that's not a sale never do anything. You know? I'm really losing my jaw line as we speak. First thing to go. You know, I find intermittent fasting staying off carbs helps that. Oh, I will never say never. But right now, I won't well, I'm gonna go, and then we have to go in a minute. But we were talking about getting older, and that intuition and learning how to cure what the universes sage direction is something that nobody talks about with getting older is your intuitive prowess your ability to read the room, and, you know, get a reading on the landscape. Nobody talks about how well honed that that that tool becomes as you get older. Have you noticed that? Yeah. How smart you are? Hell, aren't you are how can the landscape because you've seen so much? Yeah. Yeah. And you know, how your body your ph balance your body reacts to certain situations. How intuition comes into your life? I'm sure as an actor to that becomes something that you pay attention to and terms of how emotions come up, and how you ride and sort of. Create artistry using your emotions. Yeah. I mean, I'd become so much more confident. There's a lot of focus on aging and how we look, but no one talks about the benefits, which is that. I'm just so worldly worldly worlds, apart more confident than I ever was in my twenties or thirties. I do things now that I would have never done asked people for things that would have never ask for. I know how to come in and handle a situation. I know how to confront someone, you know, peacefully in thoughtfully express how I feel and express. Things in it in an adult way that I that I would have never had the confidence to do before. I have the confidence now to be myself into be truthful into which is something that you don't have when you're young. You don't have you know, they say youth is wasted on the young and. How would it be? We could look like that. No what? No. You know? It's crazy. Well, Ellen Pompeo. Thank you so much for joining us. They're calling us back to the judges table right now. But everyone's going to enjoy hearing you talk about your life and your journey, and we're so proud of you that you have had the courage to do your thing and to be this pillar in a business that is not known for lifting women up here. You are this really successful talented woman who is bringing other women up with you. And it's just really not only is it admirable, but you are known hustling, hustling hero. And we love that Ankara. I love you. Thank you. I love you back until nail next time. Can I get a? You can't love yourself hand, the Haley on somebody else can get the name and don't forget to subscribe on IT. Can't love yourself on the hell you're going to love somebody. A..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I had just a head full of ideas about what I wanted every single scene to look like what I what music. I wanted everything and Shawna let me have that exactly as I made known for putting a lot of music in her shows, those still songs cost a lot of money like the Stevie Wonder songs who did you? What music? Did you use? Did you some already recorded music yet? They give you a choice of cleared music. You know, so whatever's cleared you into it. And then you say, let's try this piece. There's very specific rules in Sean land about the application of the music. How you know the song has to sort of start in one scene in it has to it has to play through the next scene. I I can't remember exactly what the rule is now. But there's very specific shonda has very specific ideas about the application of the music. She's a genius, obviously. Yeah. And she's a genius in the editing room. Also because so much of it is done in the editing room so much of his created and built in scenes moved around and stories sort of manipulated in the editing room. Did you get the bug or do you want to continue directly? You know? No. I not my show. I did another episode last year, and we had a new show Ronna Christopher and off. And I didn't have is much creative control. Krista was Christa was with the show for the first six years of the show. And then she left to go work for John wells, and she did shameless and a few other shows and then came back to Graz to run Grey's because Shauna was stepping away to her. Netflix steel, so Krista had very strong ideas because she was with the show from the beginning. Right. So it was a coming home for her, and she's very passionate and has a lot of strong ideas. So she would say I want to cut this. Seen this way. I want this song over and I don't like your song. I like this song. And you know, she's the show runner. She gets final say in. That's okay. But I'm happy with that. And I just thought, you know, I don't sort of if I don't get to put a hundred percent in my product out if I don't get to show the audience what? And I don't mean this with any malice. I don't get them. My version my music, my song, my vibe one hundred percent my vibe, I don't need to be away from my babies to do it. Like, I know. I can do it. I did it. So I think directing is super fun. But I'd love to direct a pilot of show. I produce a different something brand new love to do a pilot or a movie or something new but to directed episode of Grey's, I've done it. And I know I can do it. And it's not that exciting to what's your relationship like with not be obnoxious or rude? But real doctors do you have to have a medical staff on team. Do you consult Tatas at work? We do we have amazing. We have fellows surgical fellows that come and right on the show or give them story ideas or help us make sure we do things. Right. So I love doctors. I mean, they're really brilliant in their complicated and complex and they're doing super approach. Create things in surgeries, you're playing a fucking heavy metal music while they're cutting open, your heart there screaming at nurses. I mean, the stories are and I had a couple of nannies who were nurses, and I mean surgeons are brutal ruthless. They're abusive not all of them some of them. They're they're real wack jobs. A lot of them because they're just brainiacs. Right. So I love doctors. I think they're fascinating you've been in operating rooms you've seen actual operations. You weren't grossed out by no problem. You. I mean, I I saw two of my children were born via surrogate. So I was in both of those. And you know, it's it's intense to see how casual doctors are while they're cutting open a chest or stomach or they're talking about the pizza. They had the night before. And you're just like what? And the way they pull on the skin is like something..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"It's not everyone likes to blame. Everybody else. Meanwhile, thinking, you know, they're the caucus the walk. Yeah. Sure. How long do you think you'll do this show? Grazing. Yeah. Not too much longer to be honest. Obviously I can't announce when I'm ending now. But you know, I'd like to end it on a high note, how many countries are you in two hundred ninety six so so even if you ended it it doesn't end it goes on forever and ever and ever we have three hundred nineteen episode myself. I'm signs I contract assigned through season sixteen. So I'm contractually obligated young season sixteen if the show does well this year we will get picked up for another year. So I'll definitely do that. If the fans stay with us this year and we get another season. Then then I will definitely do season sixteen for sure after that. I don't know. And how many episodes directed just to just to tell me about that? What do you find pleasure in the Debbie Allen, who's one of our executive producers? Who's also, I'm so grateful to have. I've such an icon in my life. She was the one who was like your director you need to direct your director. And I said, you know, I don't want to take the time. I hear enough, Debbie. I spent enough time here, I don't need to be here more. And she was said, I I really need you to stretch her wings. I really want us to out of your comfort zone. You really should do it. And it's true. I've been in the same job, and you know, for a long time, you know, it is a comfort zone, and there's a lot to be said for stepping out of your comfort zone and doing new things. So I thought okay, I'll do it. And I did it and it was great experience. And I did it again. And it was another great experience, but it is really time consuming. And so a lot of lot more preparation to you. Also in that episode in directing yourself, always concept of directing yourself. I'm super lucky because Debbie if I'm in a scene, Debbie will come and help me, you know, Debbie's like. My mom, just amazing. And she's right over my shoulder. All the time ready to catch me if I ever need anything. So as director though, how how do you find the right rhythm the right pace of a scene? You know, I was watching a some of the I was obsessed with the TV show the Americans and the league guy directed Matthew REEs directed a scene, and I could tell an actor trick the seat he would linger on certain shots a little bit longer than another director. My two who is there to pull you back to say, you know, you might wanna cut there. Well, that's in the editing. So you can shoot whatever you want, and then the editing process. So like the first. Episode that I directed shonda rhimes. Let me she aired. My editors my the director, Scott, which virtually never happens, right? The AP's will always come in. And I. I think that once I wonder see she she aired your edit of the show, and how did you intuitively know that it was right? She knew what was right. You know? It was right or she just said I'm going to let you do whatever you want. You know, going back to intuition in the universe. My first ever episode of television that I directed was about a mother dying was about my my sister on the show. She has a different mother than me on the show. And the whole episode was was played by Latoa Jackson. Latonya jackson. No, no. I it was. That would have been brilliant play. That would have been absolutely brilliant Latorre. Directing the Toya Jackson. Come true for me. Actually, actually what. Latonya jacks Jackson who is. That is that she's married to Sam Jabil Jackson's rife. Yes. Of course, like she is an acclaimed actress on her own the brilliant, stage actress wonderful spirit, and I was lucky enough to have her play. My sister's mother in the episode in the whole episode was her passing so intuitively. I just you know, knew what to do. And I was really inspired creatively..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"So I had no idea who he was in a couple of weeks later. I got this. Call from a casting director av Kaufman in New York was friendly with who said I need you to read for this movie tomorrow. And I looked at the size. And I was like, you know, I don't think I'm right for this close to the universe. I'm not right for this. Why do you think I'm right for this? I should not dishing for this. I'm not a tomboy. And she said L just go on the. And so I went on the audition, and I walked in the room in who was there was Drake, and we had the unbelievable chemistry and then so that was like the universe. And then when I went the movie shooting in Boston my first to DO movie, what are the chances shooting full ten minutes from where I grew up. Well, and when I got to the airport, my driver was there to pick me up, and I got in the car, and he says he said to me. Hey, Alan, I'm. I'll say Jimmy. And he said, I knew your mom. And I just like I was like what he said. Yeah. I went to high school with your mom, and he drove me to work every day for two months and told me stories every day about my mom another sign of. Yeah. And it was then that I sort of started to say, well, there's something bigger at work. He absolutely. And when I got when when I got the offer for grays, I didn't wanna do television television wasn't cool. Then you know, it kind of meant you're not gonna make it in the movies. Right. So I sort of took it as a disc that they were saying, you should do this TV pilots. What do you mean? I should do a TV pilot. I've just done all these movies. And my agent said, you know, why are you resisting this? It's an it's a job. It's an offer. You don't have to dishing why the resistance just take the money and run these things never go. Do the pilot and you'll never see these people again. So I said, okay. Need to pay my rent? Anyway. Wow. So is AVI Kaufman is a woman. Yes, I had no idea seem the name for years and years and years, I had no idea. So we're gonna take a quick break. Now, we have a little bit more time for yet producer. He's nodding over there. Yeah. Yeah. I wanted to ask you about when when you talk to young actors, you know, I I know a lot of people who say no to everything who not just, you know, going on dishing, but just in life, just no. What changed for you? When did you finally say, you know, what I'm going to be open to what the universe has for me? My boss shonda rhimes wrote a book called the year of. Yes. Oh boy. You know? And again, like I said when we started this podcast. You know, I've been blessed with having brilliant women around me in life and in being able in and I've had I guess the inner wisdom to watch. And learn listen, and and I think that that I've learned over time. It's taken me a long time a lot of people self saboteurs, especially actors. That's not good enough. I'm better than that. I wanna be the lead. I wanna be in movies. I want. Well, I got news for you. If you're that dope. You'll make anything you're in dope. That's right. So you'll elevate if you're that dope. You'll elevate anything you touch. So what are you? So afraid of you wanna be the lead. Okay. So do this. Maybe if you're meant to be a lead, you'll be lead the universe will come get you, you know, it's not the agents fault..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"No, no. But I do believe she sends people to me. I believe that she sends people to me, I believe she set. My husband to me. I believe she sends everything to me. You know? I remember reading a story about you meeting. Your husband like in a grocery stores. Yeah. Something like that. Right. So that's an interesting. So my my best friend from home Patrice who's a hairdresser. She is whether she likes it or not a medium. No, she has dreams, and she sees things, and she's seen my mother many times in dreams and her and I were in whole foods. She was visiting from Boston. She was doing my hair for a premiere of a movie I was in and she came out. For the week to hang out. We weren't whole foods and my husband is also from Boston. And so we ran so Patrice and I were in whole foods, and Chris my husband heard her voice and said Patrice as that you and they turned around and started talking to each other. And I kind of knew he was because he was sort of I knew him from Boston. I knew of him we had mutual friends, but I had never been introduced to him. And so they talked and I walked away. And she said it's so weird that you guys never met. I guess it's because you moved to Miami. And but anyway, it's weird that he lives out here now too. And I said, oh, whatever who cares. He's a thug from Boston. And I didn't come to California to be a movie star to mingle with thugs from Boston him. Him. So I'm too good for that. So then the next day I was walking in on the same street on Fairfax in sunset in the ride aid parking lot. And I hear hey, Ellen from behind me. And I thought oh Jesus who's this now, and I turned around and it was him. And I set it's Chris, you know, remember me from health lutes yesterday said, yeah, how did you know that was me? I had big sunglasses on Cape and have been in a couple of movies. And I thought it really fabulous. And he said now, did you know? No, it will be. And he said will you turn your back on me yesterday? So I know what you look like from behind cool. Yes. Good answer. And then funny enough, we honestly were just friends for almost a year. And we were such good friends that I started to have feelings for him. And I didn't wanna talent. Because I thought he was showing zero signs of being interested in never tried anything on me, nothing never even bat an eyelash at me. So I thought well, I can't really 'cause I'll blow this friendship. He's a great guy super good friend L just embarrassed myself. So we were out at this club forty deuce one nine and some director guy came up to me, and you know. Showering me with compliments then I saw he got very jealous. And so I said, oh, yeah. I got him. Yeah. Yeah. So then I went out into the parking lot. And he was talking to some girl who was telling him she was a belly dancer, and I went out and rolled my eyes and said I'll belly. And so then we kind of knew it was on almost a year later. And what was he doing out here? He was a he was working at ICM the talent agency working for a music agent. Ah talent Booker. Yeah. Wow. Funny. When you when you are open, and you're open to the frequency of the universe things fall into place. And now here you guys Helen you've been married. Been married. Ten years together sixteen. Yeah. And being open to the frequency of the universe is also something that only with age. Do you get to you know, you talked about my mother? So the first studio movie that I ever did was movie called moonlight mile and I had similar situation. I had met Jake Jilin hall on the street a few weeks before and just randomly. He sort of gave me a compliment. And I blush and New York in LA, and he wasn't a movie star at the time. You know, he just done a couple of movies, but they hadn't come out yet..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Are you we are back with Ellen Pompeo, you guys know her from Grey's anatomy, and just this woman has just revolutionized Hella vision in a way that not just as an actor. But as a businesswoman. Because man, I mean, she's, you know, the history books will remember her moment here as a real hustle who has just turned this business into something that has really worked out for you now. Okay. No before we went to break we're talking about emotions. Now, there's one thing to be emotional. But there's another thing as an actor to give yourself permission to do it in front of fifty people part who part of the union, there's a lighting guy. There's all these people writers, and all these this another thing to be able to do that. How did you give yourself permission on the set to be so emotional? It's a great question. I don't know. But I think you'll agree with me vulnerability is one of the strongest assets, we can have absolutely and feel the freedom to be vulnerable. I guess it's cathartic for me because my emotion is so overwhelming less now it was much more. You know, when I was young and I had so much angst in so much to work through. And now that you know, I have kids, and, you know, my heart has sort of been healed. But I I was so lucky that I found acting because it was very very cathartic for me. I found a way to make money from all my pain. I thought this is fucking. Was it difficult to live with someone who's emotions or so on the forefront like that you'd have to ask my husband. No, I hear you. I mean, you know, it's it's a lot. It's a lot. It's a lot of stuff there. You know? So now, do you watch your scenes do you want? You. Do you go to the the camera the monitor and Sigalas? No, no. We don't really do play back on our show. We don't have the time because we're shooting eight scenes a day. So we don't typically if you're directing if I'm directing all watch a playback yourself every myself..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Took me to theater all the time. And he didn't wanna pay for my ticket. So what he would do is that intermission? He would just say go in the theater and stand in the back. No one's going to question in Asia. Robbery. Right. You know, and they never did. And I was terrified. But I would go pushing. So for like until I was like fourteen I only ever saw like the last half of any. The last half of the king. And I the last half vani I had never seen the beginning of any of these shows because he would always have me in and intermission. So I think I caught the acting my aunt Ellen who obviously named after was his wife in she's still alive and lives in Boston. And she tells me a story that she took me to see the rock cats at Radio City Music hall and went when I was five or six and I jumped out of my seat, and I said, they're alive they're alive. And so I think they have young. I caught. That's when I caught the bug. I guess I love that. I love it. So you're in Miami. You're you're tending bar and over waitress in Miami Beach, and then how did you get back to New York? What have I knew that? I wanted to be an actor when I moved to Miami. I knew that I had spray shit to be an actor but coming from a working class town. It's not anything even remotely knew how to approach. So I thought well unto frayed to move to New York by myself. I don't know anything about Los Angeles or the west coast. I had no relationship to it at all New York. At least I had been going. I was a kid. So I felt very comfortable their re studying in Miami said, no, no, I was a cocktail waitress. So I was starting the art of the hustle. Yes. Yes. Which was very easy to do in Miami. Because everyone was so fucked up. Yes, you know, there was so many drugs and so much drinking, and I was not really into that stuff. I would just work every. In the club. So I was able to take all those men for all their Trink money, and it's such a trend, especially back. I'm sure it's still is a transient town because people come in and out from around the world people coming in and out of Miami. So the hustle was real and the hustle was deep. Yes. And all the guys, you know, all the models were down there at that time, and they would have done anything to just be with these models. So I used to work the VIP room at the clubs, and I would say to the guys like I can get a couple of models to come over to your table. But you're going to have to buy four bottles of crystal, and you're gonna have to pay me to get into this room. So I had and then the models made out because they got to drink free all night and the guy's made out because I got to drink with model. So I guess I was kind of like a pimp. And then I was saving my money and new eventually I would have to make a move and I worked in Miami for four years as a cocktail waitress. I made a ton of money, I stuffed it all under my mattress. And then I took that and use that to move to New York City. So at least I felt comfortable like I had a little cushion. And did you when you moved to New York? Did you go to classes study at HP studio? I did I went to HP studio. Yup. I I had this great teacher. What was his name? I can't remember. But I remember being irritated in the class because I wasn't getting critiqued. It kept telling me good. I was like this guy. So full of shit. I couldn't possibly this be this. Good. And I'm not gonna learn anything with you kissing my ass and telling me how good I am. I think that I thought he wanna sleep with me or something. I just you know, I don't know. I just I didn't feel like it was learning anything. And then I was bartending also. And then an agent approach me while bartending girl, I thought she was trying to pick me up. She turned out to be a real agent. She sent me on some additions. I booked an episode of law and order fairly soon..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Yes, I think network television. I think the girls from big little lies. They don't do nearly as many episodes. I do. But I think those girls from big little lies getting a million dollars an episode myself, six episodes, they have maybe because they don't do as many isos. But I, yeah, I'm very I've been very fortunate in many ways, you know, I've been fortunate to have women who are more powerful than me support me. And and show me what's okay to do. And what's not okay to do when I'm trying to pay that forward. And I'm trying to do the same thing for other women, and you've got a production company over at a production deal ABC, and what's nice station. Nineteen is that what it's yes. That's the great anatomy spinoff station nineteen. You are an executive producer on that. I am. A co EP. Okay. There's a distinction. There's EP co EP. Yeah, producer. Yeah. And so now did you start out as an actor? I did. Well started out as a hustler yet. Okay. There you go. I grew up in Boston. You know? I was kind of you know, I was raised around a lot of gangsters and a lot of bad guys. And I was a you know, Sal in vodkas lushes outside Fenway park. When I was fourteen years old, you know, so and and you know, my mother died when I was young. And so I had a lot of people raise me and one of my older sisters, you know, all her friends were queens. And so, you know, I was I grew up around all these amazing creative fantastic UIL guys who just celebrated me in and and showed me what truecar aeges and true courage, is is the courage to be yourself. And so I only have. A twelfth grade education. But I have the best street education any person could ever have because I learned from so many different types of people from gangsters from drag queens, you know, from nuns from I just had the most amazing mix of people in my life. And I and I was lucky enough to take a little bit from everyone. The why do you think of Boston I think of Catholicism, and I think of well pranksters? What what the Walberg ze? L the wall bergh's, of course. Yes. And then the wall and new kids on the block. But why is it obviously, the Catholicism, obviously? But why so much gangster gangster stuff in Boston? Well, I'll tell you. It's not a math. It's absolutely true. There's the Irish well there was I don't know about anymore. You know, it's time have really changed. But there's there was at the time when I lived there there was Irish mafia and the Italian mafia, and I think that there were immigrants, you know, and they were uneducated and they came to America, and they had to find their way. And I think crime was easy for uneducated. But most I mean has reputation for being tough town. It's very it really is I don't know about anymore. I don't go back off and tough town. I would say eighty nine ninety two Miami. So when you moved to my where you stuck. Being acting when you moved to Miami nil. I was not. No, no. And so how did the acting come about? You know, I grew up. It's funny because they're so. So when. I was a teenager everybody. You know, all my friends in school were watching like, I dunno, Molly ringwald movies and in. I was watching female trouble. I had I had no reference for any of the regular movies that people were watching. I only knew John waters was and crybaby hatchet face. And all this. So I had like a completely different frame of reference for everything. But I y I'm sorry. How'd you get into acting in Miami? I always I always love movies, and I always watched movies. And I don't know I my my aunt and uncle lived in New York City, and I used to go spend a lot of weekends and summers with them part town oppor west side. And it also had an aunt Maureen who is none who also lived in a convent in the Bronx, and my uncle Jimmy who's now passed away..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"You had to have an invitation to go there may Mola Quemado LA. And now it is open to the public because I saw it as conduct. One of the best resorts of two thousand eighteen or something. So I know now it's been open to the public tone. It's Caracas Caridi. You I XE M A L. Yes in there's an Instagram. You can follow on do. You know? I always want to go to on vacation to Mexico. I never do. I never do. But I'm from San Diego. So for for growing up ego. I never think to go to Mexico. It was like going home, you know. But I always want to find places to go. You know? Rebecca remain goes to some place down there. I think the translation is heaven. I think but she says what it is. It's this resort that nobody knows about and goes to I can't remember what the what the town is. But it sounded really good. Where do you recommend going on vacation to obviously a lot of people are listening to us? But what's your favorite place to go to on vacation? You got kids if a husband, did you take the kids with you on vacation? Yes, you hung up on this. He cannot he asked me all the time. Every my kids they're sixteen and eighteen one's going to college this year. He's like you're going to bring them with you. And I'm like we like to do that you live with them going the Haitian. Why wouldn't you take them with me? And joy. I simply just do not believe I cannot believe that. Well, what I do is a couple of things. So this summer break, we did a few things we took the kids on vacation to Europe, we took them to Italy into London. And then we came home. And then Chris, and I went to the south of France by ourselves. I like the way that then we came back, and then we took the kids to New York City and the Bahamas for a month. How many kids three three kids? Yes. I met just the one you met Stella Luna. Yes. Yes. Yes. And are they older or younger than her? They're younger than her. Okay. Yes. I have four year old and a two year old. My God L know who the fathers are. Yes, I do. Thank god. Yes. He's very handsome on the fan. Your step ahead of me. Yes. So okay. So you're going on these vacations you work work work. You have the weekends off you redesign, you your trailer. And you're at the same lot. You guys have been there at the whole fifteen season. We have same law. Yes. That's brilliant. You know, it's not a typical choice for an actor room. You know, everyone's always sort of chasing the next best thing. Chase. Trophies? How do I stay hot? How do I stay relevant? But I started the show when I was thirty three years old. And I I sort of knew I've always had the gift of into which intuition into witching. That's hot. My husband calls me, which and I knew that I wanted to have a really stable home life. I didn't have a great home life growing up. My mother died when I was young, and I didn't have a great childhood. So I knew that I wanted to have a really happy, although I did not want kids funny enough. I knew that I wanted to have a really stable home life because I think as an actor you kind of need that because at some point the attention and the fame goes away, and then what you have. So I knew that it's important to have something real, right because fame and attention isn't really real. So I just knew that, you know, I wanted to have a family. I wanted to have some stability in my life. And I wanted my relationship to to to work and say, I didn't want to be traveling and going to this show or that show. And 'cause you never know you get a job, you don't know where choose you don't know how long you have to live there four. It's a gypsy life, and I just crave the stability in and it's worked out very well. For me really has worked out very well for you. The show's been on for a long time or the art you or the highest paid actress on a drama in television..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Now. The only thing you had to worry about was drag dragging who wanted my shoes. Yes. John's who love them. Yeah. So there was plenty of parking down there. What what years did you live in New York? I let's see I I lived in Miami from ninety one ninety ninety one to ninety four and then I lived in New York from ninety five to two thousand should go to Miami for school. I went to Miami. Because all my Queen friends move down there and Boston was freezing. And I had no idea what I wanted to do. I graduated high school in eighty seven and they all moved down there, and they said come down. And so I went down one winter, and I stayed at the fountain blue hotel. And there was nowhere to work. There was one gay bar that wait a minute. There was a few at ninety one ninety one. There was there was like one Gable glove salt. Saw club deco club. Deca was around the block that cameo. Wait a minute. I know club new club deca were there. They weren't necessarily gay bars. But they were gay friendly. Right. Right. Right. Always the big worse. I was a cocktail waitress by trade in Boston. And there was no straight club for me to work. And right. So. I was in the lobby of the fountain blue hotel deciding what to do and a scorpion walked across my foot. And I thought I'm out of here. There's nowhere for me to work in the scorpions. I'm going home. And I went back to Boston for like nine months. The next winter. My friends called me up and said, my friend Jesse called me up and said there is a straight club opening. We have an apartment for you in this building. It was called the Dounia. It was on Collins writing back at the police station. He's a comeback. So I went back, and I got a job at that club. Was it was. Rebar re bar, and there was one in New York. Yeah. Heard of the brothers the Dorian brothers owned it. They owned one in New York. And then I worked at a club called velvet and the Sinatra bar at a scorpion the score. And you are Scorpio. When I still was prayed of that. And you don't play a song walk into my house a couple years ago scorpion front door Alabama's right in? No. There's there's a place in Mexico called Queen Malla that I went to with our friend Martin. And there's it's this beautiful resort outside manzanilla, and they have ditches in front of all the. Guest rooms and the score. So the scorpions can't get into your room. They will fall in the ditch and they won't be able to get out climb. And the staff of the hotel goes around every night with a blue light. And they look in the in the trench for in the collect all the scorpions and they put them in a jar. And they burn them really took quite quickly que- Malla quick smaller. It's it's Q U Rimac office. I do. It's scorpion freeze what it is being free. Although not, but it's an amazing wildlife preserve in if a time when I went with Martin, it was not open to the public..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"We've got Ellen Pompeo here. She's of course, you know, from Grey's anatomy, executive producer hazing, Adam. Yes. How long have you been doing that show fifteen season? My god. Now, when you guys film this thing, do you have you had the same dressing room for fifteen seasons. I have I have a trailer which just a trailer. Actually, that's a lie. It's a trailer. But it's has not been the same. One. We got new trailers probably around season five, right? Yeah. And I re do mind because I'm a fan of interior design. Yes. I redo mine every couple of years, I just redid it. I had Jeremiah Naper, Jeremiah. Yes. Lord, Jeremiah, do my trailer and my office this year, and what lot do you go shoot on on a lot called prospect studios. I don't know where that is. Which is in Los feeless, very close to ABC soap operas used to be in. It is on the ill there and American bandstand down the weird street. That's like residents. Yeah. Yeah. And that's kinda close to you. I mean, not to give away where exactly I was going to say. This is great. Yeah. Five minutes away for sheets. You don't have to go over the hill because you know, for people who don't live in Los Angeles parking and traffic factor hugely in the choices and decisions make on a daily basis since I will not go to certain places because there's no parking or I have to go over the hill or have to go through the coin pass for for something. You know what I mean? Yeah. You literally have to plan your day. I can't go to the valley at the traffic is to have to go at noon. It's yeah. And and I know you're from Boston. But have you always known how to drive a car? Yes. Yeah. Because a lot of people come here, and they don't know how to drive a car in Los Angeles. I after Boston I moved to Miami. And then I moved to New York City, and I always drove a car in New York. Also, I did have a car in New York, also just expensive and. Yeah. Used to live on the west side highway over there by floral, and there was plenty of parking in the meatpacking district back. Then it wasn't what it is..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"But I'm out to seek and find out what it's trying to tell me, you know, right now as we're taping this we're in mercury retro. Now. So legit. I like, I never think strategy applies memo's it get silly greatest. But like, I swear to fucking God. Mercury retrograde. It's like a real thing. Real thing on the older. You get you feel it. Ask him out of a lunar eclipse just a minute ago. So great all of that is applicable, and it's interesting to live on this planet long enough to sort of figure out how things work and how it feels in your body. What body feels like in this human realm and to make peace with your mother, your father yourself and understand the proclivities of you know, why you do what you do. Are you still seeker? Are you still finding new things out about yourself? I'm like, oh, yes. All the time. And like, I I my favorite thing in the world is learning like a loving and learning are my two bread and butter. Like, I I think my life will be I will be ready to die the dam like camp. I've learned it all like, I have nothing else to learn. And I hope that never happens. I really every single day is like this process of knowledge and like having the ability to experience things and see things in. Do things that inform my knowledge, and like, my spiritual self and like that it's so like, I think it's a sensual to to our essence as people I never related to people who who have no desire to learn beyond themselves or their own ego. Like that this completely foreign to me because if I had it my way, I just be a floating brain, you know, just like feeling seeing floating brain. But as as chores out does not the deal. So like as as a compromise in a way, I've really found a love for fashion and for like artistic fashion and makeup because I have to compromise an express myself in some way since I can't get what I want. I will I will glam it up in the craziest way. We're going to go to break into. I wanna ask you. Did you go to regular school when you live with your grandparents? No, I wasn't in a with them consistently enough to do regular school. But when I did do rate at school. I dropped out when I was fifteen because social constructs like school weren't I couldn't apply. It's my brain. Like, they like I was reading David foster Wallace niche in ninth grade, and they were asking me to read nineteen Eighty-four, which I'd read three years prior. And I felt like I was d- Katie myself by spitting it also I'd never need use calculus. I have a phone. Like, my kid eventually took the GD and I- legally audited, some some Columbia classes that they didn't know I was attending, you know. And I I just I'm always been really thirsty for knowledge. And I love reading reading is one of my favorite things in the world and exploring and and self educated in a big way. Also like, I had different problems than kids going to school. So like some kids fuck, I didn't do like my essay. And be like fuck I had a call. The paramedics my mom's stomach pump last night shit. Different set of priorities. For life Francis. Being Cobain with us. We're gonna take a break. We'll be right back after this. It's time to talk about one of my favorite things that we ever talk about on this podcast. Casper mattress it all began..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"What like attracts like? Yeah. Ended the day. That's still, you know, it's still very frustrating to live in a world where you think oh God. Why can't we the whole race of humans? Just advance a little bit further. It feels you You know. know? My substance abuse had to do with just being so bore. My God everything first year of sobriety is most fucking boring time I've ever had like I almost pulled my hair literally out of my head like not even just like like just living in the present. Sometimes so fucking boring, and like you just have to learn how to how to condition that boredom into something productive magic filling up boredom with something creative. Because there's a lot of kids out there who struggling or not fill it in and live with the silence. With the stillness, which is where a lot of magic happens. Absolutely. But, you know, so so you're very famous how do you find people who you can be friends with who you who aren't out to looking for some free ride, or you know, some acclaim because they know you eat away. It's it's impossible to suss out all those people. Because a lot of people are really good faker. And you're still finding out now. I know I am going to be fifty and I'm still finding out now in life. Oh my God. I am not who I thought you are not who. I am. And I know you are too. So just like you're saying, I think it's impossible to I don't think there is a formula of understanding how to decide people are good people are bad. I think it's a matter of experiencing people and having the openness to experience people, despite the fact people continue to fuck you over. Yeah. Like, I one of the things that I really love about myself that took a long time to love is that despite the fact that a lot of people have taken advantage of me and Thuc me over and really manipulated everything around me. I am still undeterred from people. I really love people, and I love connecting with people in really authentic ways. And like, I I don't think that there's any. I mean, maybe there is. But like, it would be a really horrible thing to deter me from my connected with people in love for people. And I think I think that's how you use. You get out the bad ones is having the capacity to accept accepts acceptance in. I think what differentiates you from when you were a kid. But there's a lot of celebrity kids out there. You know, we've got a lot out there. You've got one on the level of Lisa Marie Presley, you know, and then Madonna's kids, but then I I was just sitting here thinking listening to you talk. There was a different obsession with with Kurt Cobain and Courtney love but courteous like a God. And the way Elvis was in many levels can imagine for Lisa John Lennon. Yeah. But it's a different time. You see us because now and your generation and you're much younger than those kids is obsessive more obsessive. So I can't imagine the energy.

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I got married because I met a guy when I was seventeen and newly emancipated from my mother who gave me a sense of like normalcy and stability marriage to the idea of marriage. The idea of securing a family very early on was the complete opposite of what my mom did. And my because my mom got married when she was like twenty nine and like how to baby when she was thirty like that's not particularly old. But for me after she only had a family life for like two years, and then she never remarried or anything. So I wasn't ever provided with any kind of stability. And I met this guy who at the time presented himself stable and normal and like that mutated later on. But that's okay. Like as people change in time. That's okay, too. But but I really was grasping on. On for some kind of stability anywhere, especially coming from like, this is all public knowledge to like, I just paid myself, and my mom who is like like on. She was on one. And that was kind of like, and it was headlines everywhere. And she like she was like the kind of drug out. I was like a very like nobody knew I was drug because I was like my house by myself, like Courtney's, very loud, drug addict and likes to expose herself in that way. And like and her antics are sort of louder than mine. So when I stepped away from all of those antics, I was looking for the most normal thing, I could find and I actually I got engaged like a year after I met him, but we didn't get married for like five or six years. And at the point that we got married it was less about like wanting to get married, and we're about like we've been gauged for so long. This is what we should do, you know? So you moved to being addict are you in a twelve program? Yes. So I have the thing about the twelve step program. Specifically for me is that it provides a sense of structure. After that. That I don't it's it's almost like school. It's like my brain doesn't necessarily work in the normal confines of societal structure. So I have sober companions and people who are sober that I talk with and communicate with who who some do the twelve steps and some don't I I like to take certain aspects of this twelve keeping myself accountable channeling my fanatical addictive personality in tendencies into really healthy things and learning how to construct my life for a higher spiritual purpose, and like those are tools. I find really helpful what I don't necessarily find help for myself is attending meetings every single week because I have a free flowing understanding of communication with those who are sober in my life. So it was kind of like I have my own meeting setup just on independently. But you people to call on. Absolutely. Yeah. So what is what is your spiritual practice? My spiritual practices being connected to humanity. I'm secular humanist. But I'm also like I'm also somebody who feels like I feel uncomfortable giving my spirituality a definition or the the higher power that I refer to definition because I think that it's more complicated than being able to put it in one category. Right. So like the way my spiritual practice is having the capacity to sit with myself and feel the earth around me and feel the air around me and connect to whatever is bigger and louder and stronger than I am. And like, it's I don't think you need a specific setting a practice in order to tap into that knowledge it and appreciate it. What you will it knowledge is the practice right there. Just knowing it's there now, we're going go to break real quick. We've got Francis being Cobain with us. We'll be right back after this Robin Hood is an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options and cryptos all commission free yet commission free..

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"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"frances bean" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"So it was like it was really contrast because the farm was not my day to day life. The farm was like summer and winter break, and that's your dad's fast dad's family. Yeah. And like we had like dotes and horses and a salmon stream in like, willow, trees and big property. And I think that's a huge reason. As to why I am not as screwed up as maybe I should be is because there still time. I always time. But yeah, I really loved what that provide me with an understanding of what I want to adopt my day to day life, and how I want to conduct myself on daily life, and that doesn't mean living in seclusion on a farm. But it does mean like maintaining normalcy is really important selling a balance. You tell me your most outrageous ghost story from the shut till mom. Do I don't know if there's ghost stories. I have I have a lot of like random party stories behind it. You know, is it just like John Belushi died there. Right. Like, I more like ghosts that our people. Once drunkenly wander into my room, and we got into a fight for like thirty minutes about how this was not her room. And she was like, that's my stuff. Like why case I'm like man went through my suitcase. This is mine. I was like, no it's not now, let's get you some coffee. No, you're doing music, tell me about your music. So when people ask me to describe what what my sound is. I like to describe it as like if PJ Harvey and Fiona apple got into a fistfight that was broken up by Dolly Parton, and Jeff Buckley's crying in the court. Actually that makes. Get it. And so now are you so into label you're doing your own thing? I can't speak. Okay. I get it. But but let's say it's put into motion. Yes. Oh, that's great. That's very exciting. That's really exciting. Exciting gac. And so what kinda music do you? Listen to daily what you listen to this morning. I listen to Dolly Parton on the way here. A lot song was listened to dumb blonde. Joshua, those are like two real like home down songs of there's this girl named Sharon van Eaton who's like an indie lesbian. But I love her. I don't know if she's a lesbian, actually, I should take that back. She's very indie kind of Butch aesthetic. And she has this really beautiful song because called the every time the sun comes up, and it's one of those songs that captured me and. Let's see who else on a bike lake like show tunes. Barbara streisand. Like anything, Barbara there's a there's a song called the something called supermarket something where it's like, it's all these like like Chinese supermarket. Sounds in the background of her voice over super funny. Oh, are you? Do you? Listen to your parents music. Well. I I have listened to it. It's different listening. Knits your mom and dad, also like emotional ties because specific stuff will be about like about me or referencing something I'm very intimately knowledgeable about or involved with. So it's it's it's like I can recognize like specifically like with Kurtz, musically, Kurtz artistry was on another level. And like that I as a fellow artist I can recognize like how important and substantial his lyrics on his melodies. And he was but on an emotional level. It's still like this guy who I was like Santa Claus like related to Santa Claus. And like it's like, so that's an emotional tie thing on his face, and I have fucking. That. Oh my goodness. Now, you've you've lived a lot. All ready you've been married and divorced. And are you the what what do you think that's about? Do you think what why did you get married to early?.

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Courtney Love Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Ex-Manager Sam Lutfi

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Courtney Love Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Ex-Manager Sam Lutfi

"Love a restraining order against her. Former manager Sam Lufti love is the lead singer for the group whole geography Lufti has been harassing her and her family Lufti also was ordered yesterday to stay away from the daughter Frances bean Cobain Courtney Love's daughter with the late Kurt cobaine. Love says love to keep demanding money. He thinks he's owed love and Lufti. You've been on the outs ever since they were both sued by Francis. Bean. Cobain's ex-husband update from ABC news

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