In a revealing new interview, Frances Bean Cobain opens up about her late father, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, for the first time.
And, shockingly enough, she reveals she wasn't exactly a fan of her father's music.
“I don’t really like Nirvana much," says Frances, who's the executive producer of the new documentary 'Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.'
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She adds, "But 'Territorial Pissings' [on 'Nevermind'] is a f--king great song. And 'Dumb' [on 'In Utero'] – I cry every time I hear that song."
Frances (as a baby) with her father, Kurt, and mother, Courtney Love, in the early '90s. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Speaking of her dad's band, the 22-year-old says his former band mates (Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl) get the "K.C. Jeebies" when they see her because “his speaking voice is similar to mine. It’s sort of monotone.”
“When they see me, they see Kurt. You can see they’re looking at a ghost.”
Frances with Courtney at the Sundance premiere party for her documentary. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Though she refers to herself as a “fix-it baby” for the unhealthy relationship her father and mother, Courtney Love, had, she knows that her father’s feelings for her were genuine even though he “abandoned his family in the most awful way possible” by committing suicide in April 1994.
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She tells 'Rolling Stone,' “I know from the video footage and letters that Kurt wrote me…my dad did love me.”