On the heels of her controversial Twitter posts - which sparked the ire of her daughter Frances Bean Cobain and rocker Dave Grohl - Courtney Love serendipitously reunited her band Hole for the first time in 15 years over the weekend.
New York Magazine's Vulture reports that the singer took the stage with the grunge group in Brooklyn, New York, on Friday night. (Video of the performance is at the link.)
The last-minute show, held at Williamsburg's Public Assembly, saw the group's original lineup - Love, Patty Schemel, Melissa Auf der Maur and Eric Erlandson - take the stage for two songs. It was the band's first time playing together since 1999.
Last week, Love was making headlines for less professional reasons. Gawker captured a string of tweets from Love's private Twitter account in which she reportedly claimed that Foo Fighters musician Dave Grohl had made inappropriate sexual advances toward her daughter, Frances Bean.
Grohl denied the comments as did Frances, who said in a statement that "Twitter should ban my mother."
Love apparently apologized to her daughter over the weekend -- via Twitter, of course. She sent out a tweet which read, "Bean, sorry I believed the gossip... Mommy loves you."