Katy Perry has tried to market herself as some sort of civic and socially minded activist, but the " Chained to the Rhythm " singer has a lot of skeletons in her closet, and for some reason, not many people seem to mind or realize it. From allegations of homophobia and anti-Semitism to accusations of mean-girl tendencies, here are just a few sketchy aspects about the pop star's character and career that seem to get swept under the rug. At the Grammys, Perry slammed Britney Spears not once, but twice for her infamous head-shaving meltdown.
There is bad blood between global popstars Katy Perry and Taylor Swift and we all know it. It started a Twitter war between them and it led to Swift trashing Katy in her music video Bad Blood. And fans are now speculating on Twitter that Perry is finally getting her revenge on Swift, through her new single Swish Swish.
She has four Guinness World Records, and is even one of the best-selling musical artists of all time. Prolific drag queen, Vicky Vox, took to Twitter to vent her grievances in front of her Pic: Getty.
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With Witness: The Tour winding down, she finally got her Witness tattoo on August 17,a few days before the end of the six-continent world tour that started back in September He is known for his intricate fine-line designs, and he applied his signature style to this tattoo. The pupil of the eye has a ring around it to look like a planet and the white parts of the eye are drawn with architectural curved lines through them.
She wasn't carried in on a barbecue spit and she didn't do any theatrical vomiting -- as she did on Thursday night during her performance at Doritos' Bold Stage -- but Lady Gaga came to her South By Southwest keynote session Friday morning sporting plenty of extra hair and a silver-white plastic princess dress. Clearly this was not going to be a staid podium speech -- as if Gaga has a cell in her body that will let her do that. But rather than provocative, her conversation with Fuse TV's John Norris before a substantial but not close to capacity crowd at the Austin Hilton's Grand Ballroom hammered in familiar themes about her creative drive and her steadfast independence and individuality, along with pep talks for the artists in the room to follow her lead.
For his third album, Thune leaves the guitar backstage, and instead will focus on his true craft—scrutinizing the everyday happenings of life and somehow turning those mundane observations into belly inducing howls of laughter. Joining us to discuss what makes a belly inducing howl: Nick Thune. The Vanguard : Is there a particular question you hate being asked or hear far too often?