Courtney Love is pleased she has stopped feuding with Kurt Cobain's former Nirvana bandmates 20 years after his death.
The Hole singer met up with her late spouse's former Nirvana bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic as the band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at Brooklyn's Barclays Center recently, one of their first meetings in years, and she found it ''cathartic'' to see them so long after her husband committed suicide.
She explained: ''The recent 20-year stuff has been really deep.
''Its been really good, though. I hadn't seen Krist [Novoselic, Nirvana bassist] or Dave [Grohl] for 20 years! We were supposed to have meetings every month, but they never happened. I think we had a phone call once in, like, 1997! Seeing them was cathartic and really lovely.''
Courtney admits the bitterness between them has fizzled out and she is glad they're have a better relationship now.
She told Kerrang! magazine: ''It's amazing that we could take two decades of slagging each other to the most extreme degrees and be done with it in one night.
''I think Dave's a class act, I think I'm a class act and I think Krist is a class act. It's a testament to the memory.''
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