Kurt Cobain Comes Alive in an Advertisement Along with Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Bruce Lee

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By Tarun Mazumdar | March 26, 2014 7:24 PM EST

In a bizarre new advertisement, Kurt Cobain comes alive and enjoys a beer or two on a tropical island, with other pop culture's stars.

Kurt Cobain died at the age of 27. A self-inflicted gunshot took away his life. Seattle police has confirmed that the case is closed and the assessment has not changed even after 20 years of the rocker's death.

The 20th death anniversary of the "Smells Like Teen Spirit" singer is early next month and Internet is filled with rumours that police might reopen the case and investigate the true cause of Corbin's death.

"We knew with the 20th anniversary coming up and we knew there was going to be a lot of media interest," Seattle Police Department Cold Case Detective, Mike Ciesynski said to Seattle Crime News.

Mike watched numerous documentaries, read articles about Kurt's suicide and said they are all quite interesting.

"I can see why people have questions [about the case], but you can always point to something and say 'what if.'"

However, when Mike pulled out the evidence from SPD's evidence unit, he did find four rolls of crime scene photos which were never developed.

He said that it is nothing but a suicide and a closed case.

Advertisement featuring Kurt Cobain Alive on a Tropical Island

Bavaria Radler commercial  features Kurt Cobain, Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Bruce Lee, Tupac Shakur and Marilyn Monroe and they are not dead. They are very much alive and having a good time. In the commercial, Marilyn Monroe is helping Tupac apply sunscreen. Elvis Presley passes time in his open-breasted look. Kurt Cobain can be seen reclining and enjoying a Bavaria Radlers, with John Lennon.

"We all know the stories and theories surrounding the death of certain stars. But what's the real story? This Bavaria Radler commercial makes it clear once and for all," says Bavaria on YouTube.

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