The Hole frontwoman ' who has recently been linked to British aristocrat Henry Allsopp ' says she is on the prowl for a "plurocrat" and thinks she would be a "real asset" to a man who has an abundance of wealth to share with her.
Courtney ' the widow of late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain - said: "These days I'm only interested in plutocrats. Like really, really rich guys. I'm determined to land one sooner or later. the thing is, I think I can be a real asset to a wealthy man."
The 46-year-old musician ' who in the past has battled addictions to heroin, cocaine and prescription drugs ' also revealed that since becoming sober in 2005 she dedicates her spare time to "romances" and "luxury".
When asked by addiction website TheFix.com what she enjoys most about being sober, she replied: "Keeping things alive with little romances and sexuality and making sure things are really beautiful around you.
"No matter what your income level, luxury is important and luxury is time, the time you give to yourself to care for yourself. Those are really enjoyable things."
Courtney also revealed that she loved writing most of Hole's most recent album 'Nobody's Daughter' while getting sober, although it was tough because she was on a strict diet which didn't allow her to eat any carbohydrates.
She said: "I wrote pretty much the entire record in this spa on the Atkins diet. You try writing an album eating only bologna and eggs.
"But it ended up being one of my favourite records and it was really fun."