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In this ever-changing world, there are still a few things we can always count on -- like Christmas decorations at the mall, Fox News saying bad things about Obama, and Courtney Love over-sharing on Twitter. Love, 46, has a history of tweeting about topics that should really be between her and a therapist. This weekend, the Hole singer over-exposed herself on Twitter yet again -- and we do mean that literally.
On Saturday, Love posted a series of racy pictures to her Twitpic account, without providing any explanation to her 78,000 followers. At some point, Love thought better of her display and took most of the pictures down, but of course, they'd already been scattered across the internet. A few of the photos (viewable here) show Love reclining on an armchair wearing only heels and a t-shirt, her butt exposed to the camera. Two more show the singer stretching her limbs and in a matching bra-and-panties set. (Those are the ones that she hasn't taken down.) In the most scandalous photo of the set, Love and a female friend are kissing while flashing the camera -- and we weren't the only ones to notice that her make-out partner looks a lot like Paz de la Huerta from Boardwalk Empire.
What was Courtney Love thinking by sharing these photos with the world? Normally, we wouldn't be too surprised, given Love's well-established history of inappropriate public behavior. (Remember the incident with the homeless guy at Wendy's? If not, don't worry -- it's probably better that way.) But this year, she's made a big show of trying to change her public image: telling David Letterman that she was sober, telling the New York Times that she was tired of being "perceived as a train wreck." Most of Love's Twitter oversharing, of late, has been passionate pleas urging her daughter Frances Bean to give her another chance -- which, while it makes Love seem a little coo-coo, doesn't necessarily scream "train wreck." Unlike, say, posting half-naked pictures of yourself making out with a strange woman.
Why does Love keep doing this? Is it a pathological need for attention? Does she have some kind of self-destructive impulse she can't control? Maybe it's just a desperate bid for more Twitter followers. We'll try to look on the positive side: at least she left her daughter out of it this time.
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