AOL: What was the turning point?
LOVE: Deciding not to be an actress anymore. How 'bout that s---? That whole world makes women so neurotic and bipolar and crazy and cruel and vindictive and vituperative and they have to be a certain way. I have really good actress friends, don't get me wrong.
AOL: Gwyneth, you mentioned.
LOVE: Gwyneth. And my kid [daughter Frances Bean] is really good friends with Robert Downey's son, and I'm great friends with Robert. I could drop a hell of a lot of names right now but I won't bore you. But the point is that for me, acting is great. I watched this 1999 'Letterman' show that I did where I was just cute as a bug and there was a scene from 'Man on the Moon' with Jim Carrey [being shown] and I'm not even acting, I'm just, like, on camera being me. Which I'm good at and some people aren't that play music. But right now the focus for me is music. It's just that I had a nervous breakdown after Austin, sort of because I collected all this kook -- like just so many crazy clothes. As you can see I'm wearing a Chanel slip dress and some Valentino shoes. No kook involved except that the bra's white. We're de-kooking. Like 'Hoarders,' the opulent version.
AOL: Tell me the story of how you and Micko met.
LOVE: I went to the UK and I was driving in a car with my girlfriend who was my guitar player. I just really needed a good girlfriend so I let her be in my band but she sucked. There is that chick ... the Michael Jackson chick. What was her name?
LARKIN: Yeah, she's incredible.
LOVE: That song of hers ['According to You'] is quite good. You know what else I like? My total guilty pleasure song is [singing] "He's a cowboy Casanova" [by Carrie Underwood]. The kook in that video is amazing. So, Micko came into my life because I went to the UK to get a band when I was driving in my car with this girl. We were listening to 'Rust Never Sleeps,' by Neil Young and Crazy Horse. Everyone knows that Neil Young and Crazy Horse's 'Rust Never Sleeps' is a great, great live record. I looked at her and I'm just like, "I'm never playing with you again. I love you but I'm never playing with you again.' And I went to Linda Perry, who wrote 'Letter to God,' and Linda Perry said this awful sexist thing to me. And this is obviously with the exception of what's her name?