Sinead O’Connor has revealed that she was a kissogram from the age of 16, and her favorite costume was “The Naughty Nun.”
The singer, 54, made the shocking confession during a performance on Tuesday’s edition of Good Morning Britain, but claimed she was ‘terrible’ in the role for being too shy.
A kissogram is a person who goes to parties in costume and kisses people, and looking back, she admitted, “I was a terrible kissogram because I was very shy.
‘My favorite was the naughty nun!’ Sinead O’Connor revealed to GMB on Tuesday she was a 16-year-old kissogram but admitted she was ‘terrible’ in it for being ‘shy’
‘At that time you always had a job in Ireland, from the age of eleven. I had a job in a pizzeria, but I was also a kissogram.
“My favorite was the naughty nun. It was a full length non-outfit, everything was cut away at the back.”
Explaining her work, Sinead continued, “You should read a terrible poem in a French accent and then put a pair of panties on the man’s head.
Role: A kissogram goes to parties in costume and kisses people, and she (pictured in 1988 at age 21) said, ‘I was a terrible kissogram because I was very shy’
Revealing: Sinead left Adil Ray and Ranvir Singh hysterical when she said, “My favorite was the naughty nun. It was a full length non-outfit, at the back it was all cut away’
“There’s a story in the book about driving around a graveyard looking for my mom’s grave in the kissogram car, the company was called hot lips, the guy had a red car and a huge pair of red lips on top and we’re driving round .
“He’s in a gorilla outfit and I’m in a French maid outfit. There is a good photo of the French girl’s outfit in the book. I said they should have put it on the cover.”
It comes after she labeled Prince a “violent wife abuser” and claimed he “terrorized” and physically assaulted her when she visited his Hollywood home in the 1990s.
Role: Sinead explained her job and continued: ‘You should read a terrible poem with a French accent and then put some panties on the dude’s head’
Reason: She added: ‘At that time in Ireland you always had a job, from the age of 11. I had a job in a pizzeria, but I was also a kissogram’
Sinead made the allegation in her upcoming memoir entitled Rememberings, which was previewed in a New York Times profile on Tuesday – four years after Prince’s death from a drug overdose.
The Irish singer said that Prince invited her to his house after her 1991 cover of his song Nothing Compares 2 U became an international hit – and that she ended up on the run in the middle of the night.
She writes that Prince summoned her to his macabre Hollywood mansion, reprimanded her for swearing in interviews, addressed his butler to serve her soup, though she repeatedly refused, and sweetly suggested we have a pillow fight, alone. to hit her with something hard he had said. slipped into his pillowcase,” the Times reported.
Shock: It comes after she called Prince a “violent abuser of women” and said he “terrorized” and physically assaulted her when she visited his mansion in the 1990s (pictured in 2019)
“When she escaped on foot in the middle of the night, she writes, he stalked her with his car, jumped out and chased her onto the highway.”
In her own words, O’Connor wrote, “You have to be crazy to be a musician.
“But there’s a difference between being crazy and being a violent abuser of women.”
Despite the incident, she said she has no regrets about adopting Nothing Compares 2 U from the rock star: “As far as I’m concerned. it’s my song.’
Incident: Sinead said Prince (pictured in 2014) invited her to his house after she released her 1991 cover of his song Nothing Compares 2 U, but ended up fleeing in the middle of the night
Prince had recorded his rendition of the song he wrote in 1984, but didn’t release it – instead, he passed it on to The Family, the jazz funk band he founded.
Sinead released her cover seven years later and it shot to the top of the charts, earning her a Grammy nomination for Record of the Year.
Prince’s original recording was finally released in 2018, on the second anniversary of his death at age 57.
Claim: The New York Times reported: ‘When she escaped on foot in the middle of the night, she writes, he stalked her with his car, jumped out and chased her down the highway’