April 29, 2010

According to The Pulse of Radio, more juicy bits have emerged from HOLE singer Courtney Love's interview on Tuesday (April 27) with satellite radio personality Howard Stern. Love revealed to Stern that she once had a relationship with former BUSH frontman Gavin Rossdale — while Rossdale was dating his future wife, NO DOUBT's Gwen Stefani. According to E! Online, Love said, "I had this vision of marrying Gavin Rossdale one time. (We dated for) eight months . . . and we were like, 'Let's spend our rock star money!' We had a really good time." Love added that Stefani did not put an end to the affair, although Love gave Stefani props for making Rossdale "good in bed."

Love said that it was fans of her late husband, NIRVANA's Kurt Cobain, who made her reconsider the relationship: "The thing is that everyone gave me so much shit because Gavin sounded a lot like Kurt . . . but man, he was such an Adonis in his day."

Love also said that Stefani knew that she and Rossdale were carrying on at the same time that Stefani and Rossdale were seeing each other. The couple have been married since 2002 and have two children.

In the interview, Love also claimed to have had a love affair with a female supermodel, but declined to say who it was. She did rule out Naomi Campbell, Gisele Bundchen and Janice Dickinson.

Love is doing the publicity rounds for a new HOLE album, "Nobody's Daughter", and also appeared on Tuesday night's edition of "Late Show With David Letterman", the program on which she infamously got on the host's desk and flashed her breasts in 2004. She told Letterman on Tuesday night that she "did a lot of cocaine back then."

The singer and sometime actress has also been embroiled in a war of words on Twitter with SMASHING PUMPKINS leader Billy Corgan, who has accused her of being a bad parent and talentless songwriter.

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