Most Americans recognize Dolores O’Riordan as the lead singer of the Irish band The Cranberries. Their song Linger was a massive hit in the mid-90s. In the 2000s, the band took a hiatus. O’Riordan got married and had three children. In 2010, the band reunited and produced their sixth album, Roses. But it hasn’t been all wine and roses since then. O’Riordan has had a hard time dealing with her divorce. She was married to the former manager of Duran Duran, Don Burton. O’Riordan was in the news in November 2014 after boarding an Aer Lingus flight wearing a superhero mask and reportedly attacking a flight attendant.
O’Riordan’s mother explained to the The Irish Mirror that Dolores suffers with bipolar disorder. If found guilty of Section 2 assault, the singer can be fined up to €1,850 or sentenced to a maximum of six months in jail. Until then, O’Riordan is keeping busy. She’s recording a new album with the New York City band Jetlag, founded by Olé Koretsky and former The Smiths bassist Andy Rourke. She will also perform on the American reality TV show, The Bachelorette on June 22, 8pm on ABC.