Courtney Love stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman this week to promote her stint on Empire, which aired last night (Feb. 12). While there, she talked about squashing her long-running beef with Dave Grohl, as well as the upcoming HBO documentary about her late husband Kurt Cobain.

On her reconciliation with the Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer, Love said, “We're friends again — we text, and we're cool.” Letterman asked what caused them to make amends and Love stated, “I think you just get to an age where, 'Why are we suing each other? Really?' It just got stupid. Honestly, me and Dave Grohl, we had some gnarly times over 20 years. And if we can make up, anyone can make up. We're really cool now." You can watch the full clip above.

What did she have to say about the upcoming documentary, Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck? The singer told the show’s host she’s seen the movie three times, but probably won’t see it again, “It’s anguish. It’s very moving…It’s too much. People were in tears.” Her daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, is an executive producer on the film and Brett Morgen directed the flick. Morgen was given complete access to Cobain and Love’s private catalogs to make the film and it airs via HBO on May 4.

In other Courtney Love news, did you miss her on Empire last night? She played “Elle Dallas” on the show, a washed-up singer and addict trying to make another hit song. You can check out clips of her performance and a video of her covering Al Green’s “Take Me To The River” on the show below.

Courtney Love Covers "Take Me To The River"

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