Courtney Love And Andreas Kronthaler
IN PHOTO: Courtney Love (R) and Andreas Kronthaler, husband of designer Vivienne Westwood, walk on stage during the opening ceremony of the 22nd Life Ball in Vienna May 31, 2014. Life Ball is Europe's largest annual AIDS charity event and takes place in Vienna's city hall. Reuters/Leonhard Foeger

After testing the water in Fox’s “Empire,” Courtney Love is off to the Hamptons for “Revenge” as she signed a recurring role on ABC’s hit drama. The “Sons of Anarchy” star is set to play a “jetsetter” White Gold who comes to the Hamptons to join Emily Thorne’s (Emily VanCamp) current enemy Margaux (Karine Vanasse).

There’s no information yet about Love’s recurring character but fans of the show can’t wait for her “Revenge” after her outstanding stint on “Empire.” The actress also made a recurring appearance on FX biker drama series “Sons of Anarchy” Season 7 with fellow rock star Marilyn Manson. The Hole front woman played Ms. Harrison, Abel’s (Jax Teller’s son) preschool teacher as he first dramatic Tv debut.

Now after two shows, Love is ready to for her third TV appearance after she put the brakes on her acting career. She won a Golden Globe nod for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal in 1996’s “The People vs. Larry Flynt.” She also starred in Andy Kaufman’s “Man on the Moon” and in Kiefer Sutherland’s “Beat.”

Courtney Love’s White Gold is scheduled to make an appearance on “Revenge” on March 29, Sunday, at 10 pm ET on ABC.

Meanwhile, Love cancelled her appearance at the premiere of “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck” due to a number of projects she’s on today. The singer/actress is apparently too busy to attend the screening of the documentary featuring his late husband, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.

"She gave me the keys to this kingdom and final cut of the film," director Brett Morgen told The Hollywood Reporter after he decided to collaborate with Love’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain. "At a certain point, I started working more closely with [Frances Bean]. We agreed that because Courtney was a subject in the film, it would be best if she wasn't given editorial control."

The actress made no comment about her cancellation to the premiere at South by Southwest but still continues to support the documentary on Twitter. She previously attended the premiere of “Montage of Heck” at Sundance Film Festival in January.

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