Sinead O'Connor is a famous singer from Ireland.
She was born in Dublin on December 8, 1966.
Her big album was "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got" in 1990.
She sang the popular song "Nothing Compares 2 U."
Sinead got nominated for Grammy Awards and won one in 1991.
She caused controversy on "Saturday Night Live" by tearing a photo of the Pope.
O'Connor cares about important things like women's rights and LGBTQ+ rights.
She became a priest in 1999 and used the name "Mother Bernadette Mary."
Sinead O'Connor got married and divorced more than once.
She makes different types of music like rock, folk, and reggae.
Sinead talks openly about her mental health struggles.
She retired from music a few times but came back again.