Tila Tequila claims she'd be ready to tackle motherhood if focusing on herself wasn't so time consuming.

"I definitely want to adopt a boy," the former A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila star told Us Weekly at a signing for her Hooking Up With Tila Tequila book on Monday.

"Sometimes I think, like, let's just run away from Hollywood and adopt a son, and do my own thing.  But then I realize, you know what? I want to make at least another billion dollars before I adopt children so I can just focus on them. Like, just move to an island and give them everything."

Similar to the way she's been unlucky in love, Tequila added she isn't exactly exemplary when it comes to caring for others.

"I had a dog, but I had to give him to [my] best friend, because he did not like to travel at all," she told Us. "And I don't like little Chihuahuas or poodles or those little dogs those girls carry around. I like bigger dogs, and they get too big for me, because I'm small, so I can't walk them or anything."

A Shot at Love's first season aired last fall and concluded with Tequila selecting Bobby Banhart.  However the two split almost immediately following the show's pre-taped finale, and they subsequently bickered about who was responsible for the end of their relationship.

A Shot at Love's second season aired earlier this year and ended with Tequila selecting Kristy Morgan only to have Morgan reject the offer because she said she was "unsure about [her] experience with women" and wanted to be "honest" and "true to [her] feelings."

Tequila ultimately decided against doing a third season of the series because she felt the show didn't "fully represent" who she is "as a regular person."

Instead of Tequila, MTV tapped bisexual twin sisters Rikki and Vikki -- known as the "Ikki Twins" -- to star in A Double Shot at Love, which premiered last night.

"Shot at Love comes from the 'Tequila,'" Tequila told Us. "I don't know what shots they're taking, but it's not tequila."

Still, Tequila wished the twins sisters the "best of luck" on the reality dating series.