ICONIC SINGER SINEAD O'CONNOR IN HOSPITAL AFTER POSTING BIZARRE, RAMBLING VIDEOS TO FACEBOOK

Troubled Sinead O'Connor has revealed she is back in hospital 24 hours after posting a rambling video hailing it "the most beautiful week of my life".The Irish singer, 50, posted two very different videos over the weekend as she...

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Sinead: Sinad , is an Irish feminine name. It is derived from the French Jeanette, which is cognate to the English Janet, itself a feminine form of the Hebrew Yohannan, "God forgaveGod gratified". Sinad is also commonly spelled Sinead or Sined. The English version of "Sinad" can be "Jane" or "Jennifer".