Katy Perry, Courtney Love, Miley Cyrus

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Katy Perry apparently gets under Courtney Love's celebrity skin. Not so for Miley Cyrus, however.

The former Hole frontwoman played an intimate Fashion Week gig at New York City's Dream Downtown hotel on Monday night. Between songs, she offered up praise for the erstwhile Disney starlet's controversial, booty-popping MTV VMAs performance, but said she wasn't impressed by the "Roar" hitmaker.

"I liked Miley, frankly. I'm gonna be honest, Katy Perry bores the s--t out of me. She's a nice girl, she just really bores me," Love was quoted by the New York Post as saying. "You know, that hillbilly Miley Cyrus is sort of punk in a weird sex way."

The 49-year-old punk icon didn't stop there, giving even more props to the 20-year-old Cyrus for trying to shake things up.

 "[Katy] bores me. [Miley] was at least kind of punk rock, you know? It was openly sexual…like dark and hillbilly and f---ed up," Love told the paper after the concert.

No word what Perry has to say about that, though judging by her chart success with eight No. 1 hits under her belt compared to Cyrus' zero, being boring apparently translates into massive music sales.

The widow of late Nirvana star Kurt Cobain, who was performing in honor of One model mogul, Scott Lipps, also used the occasion to bash "Blurred Lines" singer Robin Thicke.

"Can someone inform me who Alan Thicke's son is?" Love told the crowd. "Like what? Wasn't [he on] Charles in Charge? That's like Jared Leto trying to convince me he's a rock star."

The "Doll Parts" crooner meanwhile is gearing up to make her own dent on the music scene with a new solo album, tentatively titled Died Blonde, due out in early 2014.

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