Read what she had to say on Twitter (below)!!
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Well it's a good thing they made up recently or this could have really been bad!
Frances Bean Cobain has been in a pretty serious relationship with her boyfriend Isaiah Silva for five years now, but it looks like the pair was ready to take things to the next level.
And by next level, we mean marriage!
The 23-year-old and her longtime BF just got married in secret in a private ceremony… there was just one small problem.
Courtney Love didn't know about the wedding at all!!!
Apparently, the Empire actress gets along extremely well with Isaiah and was a little hurt that she wasn't invited to the event, but completely understood why her daughter needed to take such a big step on her own.
We're hearing the two did talk right after the ceremony was finished, so at least Courtney was included to some extent!
Congrats again, Frances and Isaiah!
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It's Kylie Jenner's world and we're just living in it!
The reality star had several reasons to celebrate Monday night during her Galore magazine party at Up & Down nightclub in NYC.
In addition to being the mag's cover star, the 18-year-old had just released her personal app, and it's already the top application in the store!
How crazy is that?! All those people actually paying $2.99 a month to get closer to Kylie!
The teen was all smiles and looked trendy in a black Balmain mini dress with dotted mesh panels.
Her sisters' apps are not as popular, but they were also looking hot at Kylie's event:
In recent weeks, Courtney and Frances have pleaded with a judge to not releases photos of Kurt Cobain's 1994 suicide to the public, a move they claim would cause them "indescribable pain".
Since Cobain's suicide, only two photos have been released from the scene — a picture of a box containing drug paraphernalia and another of the singer's cash, cigarette pack, and wallet containing his identification.
The only reason why a judge is considering unsealing the devastating photos is due to a lawsuit from Richard Lee, who runs a Seattle public access TV show. Richard believes that the release of the images will prove that Kurt was murdered, a popular conspiracy theory held by many Nirvana fans.
Frances disagrees with Lee's assessment, saying:
"I have had to cope with many personal issues because of my father's death. Coping with even the possibility that those photographs could be made public is very difficult. Further sensationalizing it through the release of the these pictures would cause us indescribable pain."
Aw, we really feel for the 22-year-old! Considering the recent documentary about her dad, Kurt Cobain: A Montage of Heck, was difficult for the artist, we bet this new development is just as trying.
So, do YOU think the photos should be released?
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When Kurt Cobain died in 1994, audiences were stunned that a promising musical genius could take his own life.
Fast forward to 2015, and an individual who investigated the Nirvana frontman's self-inflicted gunshot wound believes Cobain may not have committed suicide.
He may have been murdered.
Norm Stamper was the chief of Seattle police during the time of the grunge legend's passing, and he is calling for a reinvestigation of the 27-year-old's death.
The former officer turned writer told documentary Soaked in Bleach:
"I would tell you right now if I were the Chief of Police, I would reopen this investigation."
While a suicide note was found, there have been a number of widely circulated theories from Nirvana fans that contend the Smells Like Teen Spirit vocalist was the victim of a homicide:
Woah! This is insane!
Courtney Love was attacked by taxi drivers protesting Uber in Paris on Thursday!
But don't worry, she's ok!
The 50-year-old icon live tweeted her terrifying experience while in her Uber, even tagging one unlikely pal: Kanye West.
She's at it again!
Courtney Love isn't too happy about the documentary Soaked in Bleach, a new documentary that focuses on the circumstances around her husband Kurt Cobain's death.
Before the movie came out, Love had her lawyers send out a cease and desist letter to the theaters that were going to show the documentary.
She probably wasn't too happy about the film because the movie not only looks at the Cobain death, which was ruled a suicide but suggests it might have been a homicide and investigates Love's involvement in the death.
The cease and desist states: