Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies make strange bedfellows, with band members (and their significant others) putting aside their differences (or not) for one night to celebrate a group's achievement and legacy.
When Access Hollywood asked Courtney Love about her long-standing feud with former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, Love replied, "We're going to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and I think we're all sitting at the same table." Love added that while it will be awkward, she'll say hello to Grohl, who has had a public war of words with the singer over the rights to, and use of, Nirvana's music for years.
In the interview, Love also discusses her new YouTube channel/reality show, her battles with sobriety and her relationship with 21-year-old daughter Frances Bean. Asked who or what is to blame for their past, public fighting, Love immediately replied, "She has a trust fund. And trust funds attract lawyers. And lawyers attract problems. And that's just the reality."
Check out the full interview above.
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This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Courtney Love Says Nirvana's Rock Hall Induction Might Be 'Awkward'