An Irish singer, Sinead O'Connor's hit songs include "Nothing Compares 2 U", "The Emperor's New Clothes", "I Want Your (Hands On Me)", "Mandinka", "Success Has Made a Failure Of Our Home" and "You Made Me the Thief Of Your Heart."
Sinead O'Connor blasts Band Aid 30 critics
Sinead O'Connor thinks Band Aid 30 critics like Lily Allen and Damon Albarn should ''shut the f**k up''.Sinead O?Connor on Band Aid 30 Criticism: ?Everyone Should Shut the F--- Up?
Lily Allen has called it ?smug.? Emeli Sande has apologized if its lyrics ?caused offence.? Adele is rumored to have snubbed the sessions. But Sinead...Sinead O'Connor tells Band Aid 30 critics to 'shut the f*** up'
Celebrities such as Lily Allen and Emile Sande were joined by MPs and charities in a backlash against the latest Band Aid single, claiming it ?patronises? Africa.Sinéad O'Connor Says U2's iTunes Release Was 'Almost Terrorist'
Sinéad O'Connor is the latest to in a growing list of musicians to criticize the release of U2's latest album, Songs of Innocence, calling the...Sinead O'Connor Needs a New Manager -- After Having an Affair With the Last One
Sinead O'Connor is looking for a new manager, and she might want to consider sticking with someone who doesn't tickle her fancy. The outspoken Irish...Sinead O'Connor Compares U2's Songs of Innocence Album Release to Terrorism
There's little hometown love between Sinead O'Connor and the men of U2. The Irish singer-songwriter,[...]Sinéad O'Connor: Band Aid critics should 'shut the f--- up'
Celebrity critics should 'shut the f--- up' about Band Aid 30, singer Sinéad O'Connor says, as she hits back at unfair 'assumptions' about the singers involvedSinead O'Connor memoir with 'sexual dirt' due 2016
NEW YORK (AP) ? Sinead (shih-NAYD') O'Connor has a book deal, and she's not writing for kids. Penguin Random House imprint Blue Rider Press announced Tuesday the Irish singer and musician is working on a memoir that will come out in March 2016. The book is currently untitled.Sinead O'Connor slams U2
Sinead O'Connor has compared U2 to terrorists for giving their album away on iTunes.Sinead O?Connor calls U2 album release 'almost terrorist'
Sinead O?Connor has become the latest rocker to blast U2's decision to release their new album direct to iTunes users, calling the move a "badly judged" one.
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Sinead was once at the center of controversy when she tore up a picture of Pope John Paul II on "Saturday Night Live."
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