The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony gave us one of the greatest peace summits of all time this year when Courtney Love embraced Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl during Nirvana's induction. Kurt Cobain's widow and his onetime bandmates bitterly squared off in the courts over the band's musical legacy for years until the public reconciliation at the Rock Hall earlier this year, and that topic came up during Love's appearance on ABC's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Tuesday night.

Love told Kimmel that things are now great between her, Novoselic and Grohl and added that she and Grohl have bonded over some common ground. As she explained (and can be seen in the video above), "A lot of people saw the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame where Dave and I hugged it out. We hugged it out, and it was all good. We used to really like each other, then there were 20 years where we sued each other, and then we stopped. The other night we just started talking about this one actress’ boobs, and we’d both seen them, and at one point, when she was 20, they were the sexiest boobs in Hollywood. He’d seen them, I’d seen them, and we just picked up where we left off, after 20 years of suing each other.”

The singer-actress went on to add, "Look, if you can give up a grudge like that where there was a lot of crap that went on, I think anyone can do it." When asked by Kimmel if there might be a collaboration with Foo Fighters in the future, Love jokingly added that she and Grohl might do the Kenny Rogers / Dolly Parton song, 'Islands In the Stream.'

The interview also served up several other revelations, which can be seen in the clips above and below. Watch as Love discusses living close to her daughter, her love of 'Scandal,' losing out on a film role to Julia Roberts and her nose job.

Love released a pair of solo singles earlier this year and there was some talk of reuniting the classic Hole lineup, but those talks appeared to fizzle as the year went on. Love has also been working on a book and has revived her acting career with a role on the final season of 'Sons of Anarchy.'

Courtney Love Discusses Her Nose Job on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'