Jarecki’s the younger brother of Andrew Jarecki, the director of HBO’s “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst,” and Eugene Jarecki, who directed “Freakonomics.” Jarecki’s dad is commodities mogul Dr. “Courtney and Nick were introduced through mutual friends three months ago and immediately hit it off,” our source told us, adding, “They have been dating.” Another source added Jarecki and Love are both currently on the celebrity dating app Raya, along with stars like Diplo, Matthew Perry and Joe Jonas.
Nothing is off limits, not her relationship with Billy Corgan and Trent Reznor, nor her engagement to Ed Norton, and for the first time her marriage to Kurt Cobain will be revealed as the tragic romance it really was.
While she doesn’t shy away from tales of excess, Courtney also goes deeper, offering unique insights into the modern rock culture she helped shape, creating an unforgettable portrait of an outspoken, creatively dangerous, undeniably entertaining artist and woman.
E4's Celebs Go Dating returns this autumn with the likes of TOWIE's James Argent and Bobby Norris joining Made In Chelsea's Georgia Toffolo and Ex On The Beach's Charlotte Dawson in the hunt for love – click here to see the most shocking moments Later in the episode, the American beauty admitted to her date that she was married to a famous Hollywood actor (Doug Hutchinson), who is 35 years older than her.
The pair married in 2011 when Courtney was 16 and following a temporary split in 2013, the couple finally called time on their relationship for good earlier this year.
Courtney revealed that she has been married for six and a half years, but is now going through a divorce and so has started dating once again, admitting: "Now I'm dating, I set out to go out with a younger guy, and then I'm automatically sitting next to a 60 year man".
A shocked Nadia Essex asked: "What's the oldest guy you've ever dated?Love’s reps told SPIN that Pan Macmillan, the company that is reportedly publishing the book’s U. edition, posted incorrect information online without approval from Love’s camp or fellow publisher Harper Collins, which is handling the U. Love’s reps also insisted that Pan Macmillan’s description of the memoir was not the official summary. Morrissey has some new competition in the musician-turned-memoirist game: Courtney Love is collecting her entire life’s story as a 400-page book.On December 15, Macmillan will publish , a tell-all that spans the Hole singer’s early life and musical career, and dives deep into her romantic history.Celebs Go Dating fans were gob-smacked at Courtney's admission, with one tweeting: "Don’t think the agency have a man old enough for Courtney unless they go visit the local nursing home #Celebs Go Dating". " "Erm, can I just call the retirement home to check? UPDATE: According to representatives for Courtney Love, the singer’s upcoming memoir does not yet have an official release date, title, cover, or synopsis. That false info was then picked up by Amazon and circulated online.According to its product page (via Consequence of Sound), the upcoming title promises to explore Love’s “rocky relationship with her hippy parents” and the time she spent working as a stripper, revealing “an artist at the epicenter of alternative culture.” Expect details on the 49-year-old’s drug abuse and recovery, as well as what will likely be too-close-for-comfort insights on Love’s relationships with SPIN cover star Trent Reznor, Smashing Pumpkins leader Billy Corgan, and actor Edward Norton. In fact, you’d think I was the Virgin Mary from this book so far — but that doesn’t mean there’s not juicy parts in it.