(chrisTwire)—Jennifer love Hewitt is best known as the widow of deceased Nirvana Drummer Kirk Cobain. Love is also a renowned motion picture actress that appeared in blockbuster movies such as I know What you did Last Summer (1997) and received critical acclaim for starring roles in The people Vs. Larry Flint (1996) and Man on the Moon (1999). In addition to acting, Love temporarily starred in a pop band Hole.
Since then, Jennifer Love Hewitt has been mirrored in controversy and has had many run-ins with the law for violence, substance abuse issues, and for dispute over her stake in the Nirvana catalogue.
But this weekend, Love joined former joined former Hole bandmates Eric Erlandson, Melissa auf der Maur and Patty Schemel on stage in Brooklyn Friday night, marking the first time the classic mid-’90s Hole lineup has played together in 15 years.
The band had gathered together at Public Assembly in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, at the afterparty for the release of “Hit So Hard,” a documentary about drummer Schemel.
Auf der Maur, Schemel and Erlandson had also performed together last weekend after a screening of the film and a reading from Erlandson’s new memoir “Letters to Kurt.” The three were billed to perform at the afterparty as Trinity Jam and were joined by Love for two songs.
Erlandson had recently said in an interview with Rolling Stone that despite the tensions and frustrations over the years, he was not ruling out a reunion with Courtney Love.
“I never say never,” he says. “I don’t know what’s going to happen to her. I don’t know what’s going to happen to me. I like things to be open.”
The reunited Hole played “Miss World” off the 1994 album “Live Through This,” as well as the Wipers’ “Over the Edge.”
I don’t know what any of this means and have never heard of her until now, but I wish these white people well and many more years of success.