Relax... It's F-ing Courtney Love's New Webseries

Tiffany Lee
Stop The Presses!

No one does curt like Courtney. The grown-up enfant terrible is starring in a new webseries for NJOY Kings e-cigarettes and bringing the no-BS attitude and riot couture style that made her a grunge icon and tabloid darling. She may only have one line in the first episode, but it's a damn good one.


You laughed right? P.S. E-cigarettes are those fake cigarettes people use to wean off smoking.

Love will forever play the bad girl blowing smoke in the face of proper society (in fiction or in real life), but at least this time it's water vapor. Could this be a turning point for Love with regular work and kicking a bad habit? Hopefully, but only to an extent. We still want Love to be the howling, writhing, fur and tiara-wearing, mascara bleeding star she always has been -- but healthy! We're definitely looking forward to see where this webseries goes.

The Hole singer and sometimes actress is also the new face of high-end French fashion house Saint Laurent Paris (formerly Yves Saint Laurent). Shot by Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane, Love along with Marilyn Manson, indie rock goddess Kim Gordon, and psychedelic avant-whatever musician Ariel Pink grace the label's latest campaign.

Love was one of the few outspoken voices in a sea of lukewarm critics about Saint Laurent's Fall 2013 collection. Many were underwhelmed by just how 90s grunge Saint Laurent's catwalk was, and how it wouldn't appeal to the people who can actually afford anything from it. The singer elegantly tweeted to Slimane:

“having gasms at the idea of rich ladies buying what we used to wear, finally someone got the actual look exact, no beanies.”

In a later interview, Love said of the collection, whose pieces regularly exceed $1,000 each, "I love it. Reminds me of Value Village."

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