Courtney Love has revealed her addiction to shopping site Net-a-Porter has spiralled out of control.
Courtney Love is addicted to Net-a-Porter.
The Hole rocker has confessed the biggest high she gets these days comes from her daily fashion fix via the popular online shopping destination.
And the singer - who has been drug-free since 2005 - is so obsessed with her retail therapy sessions that she was told she was one of the site's top customers in the US, much to her embarrassment.
Courtney told Style.com: ''I hate shopping, so I order off of Net-a-Porter. A girl interviewed me for their magazine - this is so awful - she said, 'You're a legend at Net-a-Porter. You're one of the top five American clients for buying.' I live on Net-a-Porter.''
The 'Malibu' hitmaker also claims another one of her addictions, cheese, got in the way of a lucrative gig working with Givenchy's creative director Riccardo Tisci.
She explained: ''I met Riccardo downstairs at the Ritz Hotel in Paris, and he told me he wanted me as his muse. I'm like, 'Givenchy's muses have been Audrey Hepburn and Jackie O!' Then I got fat!
''Then I got on Atkins and I wasn't fat anymore, so I could wear sample. You know, when the stakes are high, you do lose weight.''
Courtney has no hard feelings towards the designer, despite him now favouring Kim Kardashian as his muse.
She joked: ''Riccardo doesn't make stuff for me anymore. He found Kim! But I still love Riccardo.''
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