Why is Alanis Morissette mad about documentary?
The singer recently collaborated with HBO and award-winning director Alison Klayman, to share her story in the new documentary, Jagged. However, upon seeing the first cut, Morissette refused to attend the film’s premiere, stating she’s unhappy with the film’s portrayal of her younger self.
What was Alanis Morissette’s trauma?
Alanis Morissette said in a new HBO documentary that she was raped by multiple men when she was 15. The Washington Post, which has seen the movie, reported that she does not name her abusers. In the movie, Morissette says she did speak up about it but was ignored.
Is You Oughta Know about Dave Coulier?
After nearly two decades of speculation, actor Dave Coulier — aka goofy “Uncle Joey” from “Full House” — is finally confirming that Alanis Morisette’s hit breakup song “You Oughta Know” is indeed about him. Just to jog your memory, this is Dave Coulier: Yeah, this guy.
What did Alanis Morissette say about Taylor Hawkins?
Alanis Morissette is one of the reasons why Taylor Hawkins was a drummer. He said he would have been delivering pizzas if it wasn’t for her. She was the first person who gave him a break in the music world.
Did Alanis Morissette write a song about Taylor Hawkins?
On Taylor Hawkins – song by Alanis Morissette | Spotify.
Was Alanis Morissette a drug user?
Morissette ticks off her top three addictions: “Work addiction, love addiction and food addiction,” she says. She traces her work addiction back to “when I was single digits” (she was always a driven performer), and her eating disorders to her teenage years and 20s, during which she was always “yo-yo-ing”.
Did Madonna discover Alanis?
3. Madonna made Alanis happen. After being dropped by MCA in Canada and rejected by nearly every other major label, it was Madonna’s boutique record company Maverick that finally signed Alanis (after hearing 30 seconds of ‘Perfect’, recorded with Glen Ballard).
Has Dave Grohl spoken about Taylor?
“I don’t know if Taylor knows this: there’s a song on the acoustic record called ‘On The Mend’ that I wrote while he was in a coma from an overdose,” Grohl revealed in the bonus features for Back and Forth. “It’s about Taylor. I’ve never told him it’s about him.