San Francisco, California - Since her involvement in the murder…oh, I mean “suicide,” of her late husband, Kurt Cobain, Courtney Love has kept busy. A lot of people may not know exactly what she has been up to, however, because nobody actually cares about her. However, considering today is the 19th anniversary of her helping to kill Kurt Cobain, we wanted to take a look at what Love is up to now. Sorry. We forgot… Kurt’s death was a “suicide” – wink wink.
Love rose to stardom with the release of Hole’s 2nd album, titled “Live Through This” in April of 1994. The album was released just four days after news was released that husband Kurt Cobain, lead singer of Nirvana, had been found dead in their Seattle home. The album was a success thanks to singles like “Doll Parts,” “Violet,” and “Miss World.” The band continued on and in 1998, when it was clear that she would get away with the murder of Cobain, Hole released another successful album titled “Celebrity Skin.” The album sold well thanks to tracks like “Malibu,” the album’s title track, “Celebrity Skin,” and the fact that Love had become a bit of a whore by this point. Love began a successful acting career, even earning a golden globe nomination for her work in the film The People Vs. Larry Flynt. She would go on to co star in other movies such as Man On The Moon, starring Jim Carrey. Her film career was short lived, however, because of her love for being one big human piece of trash. Along the way, she has dated big names in the music and film industry, including actor Edward Norton, her co star in The People Vs. Larry Flynt. It wasn’t until the 2003 release of his film The Italian Job, that Norton admitted that he thought of suicide many times while dating Love and is, to this day, surprised that she never had him murdered and passed off as suicide to gain sympathy and attention for herself. She was also linked to Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, as well as Smashing Pumpkins lead singer Billy Corgan. Both men admit that during their relationships with Love, they often found themselves longing for the sweet release that death could provide them. Her band, Hole, would break up in 2002. Love released a mediocre solo album titled “America’s Sweetheart” in 2004. Hole would return in 2010 with a new lineup and a new album that no one cared about titled “Nobody’s Daughter.” Although the first single, “Skinny Little Bitch,” achieved some success on rock radio, the album’s sales were somewhat unimpressive. It would later be reported that, among those who bought this album, 98% experienced heavy feelings of guilt, remorse, and extreme masturbation shame afterwards.
As you can see, Courtney Love has stayed busy since she had her husband killed 19 years ago, making movies, music, and dating – all projects that made everyone involved want to meet demise at their own hands. So where is she now? Unfortunately, still on this earth. Clearly, of the Kurt Cobain/Courtney Love relationship, the wrong person died.