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Oh You Fancy, Huh? Fish Are Now Receiving Acupuncture Before Becoming Your Sushi

After reading about Katy Perry, Neil Patrick-Harris and David Burtka‘s recent sushi meal at Park Restaurant in Montreal, I remain more fascinated by their fare than by the fact that Katy hangs with NPH and David. Why? Because their sushi was acupuncture-treated before it became their dinner. Keep reading »

Katy Perry Prefers “High-Frequency” Men And I Am Totally Confused

“I guess I happen to be attracted to high-frequency men … Sometimes you have to go through all this shit to get your grips on life and figure out what the next boundaries in your love life are going to be. You have to go through the mud in order to find that peaceful place. In the long run, it was necessary for me to have more of a teammate.”

Katy Perry is Cosmopolitan‘s July cover girl, and apparently “high-frequency” is her only requirement in a life partner — whatever that means. I’m going to assume she’s referring to attention-whoring dudes, but for all I know she could be talking about radio guys. But anyway, good on Katy for learning more about herself and her needs. You have to kiss a few frogs first, right? I’m just glad she’s far, far away from John Mayer these days. [Crushable, NY Daily News]

Katy Perry Carries Rose Quartz To “Attract The Male”

  • Katy Perry told Cosmopolitan that she carries a lot of rose quartz with her because “it attracts the male.” Honey, throw those rocks out — or better yet, burn them — because the kind of men you are attracting are John Mayer and Russell Brand. Maybe you should be carrying pepper spray instead. [Celebuzz]
  • “Gone Girl” star Rosamund Pike is pregnant with her second child. Mazel tov! [US Weekly]
  • CNN news anchor Don Lemon says Black people are responsible for Justin Bieber profligate use of the N-word. Ooookay. [Clutch Magazine]
  • Turns out, Uncle Joey from “Full House” — actor Dave Coulier — did not go down on Alanis Morissette in a theater, despite the longtime rumors. [The Superficial]
  • Nine reasons Disney princes are terrible boyfriends. [Cosmopolitan] Keep reading »

It’s Time To Cry: This 5-Year-Old Became A Pop Star Thanks To Make-A-Wish

Hear Addy Roar!

Five-year-old Addy told the Make-A-Wish Foundation that she wanted to be a pop star like her favorite singer, Katy Perry, so she made the coolest “Roar” music video you’ve ever seen. Addy was diagnosed with stage IV cancer when she was 4, but she recently won her battle with the disease. When she was undergoing chemo and other intense treatments, she turned to drawing, singing and dancing to distract herself. Addy says that the lyrics to “Roar” inspired her when times were tough, and told Make-A-Wish, “This is the most fun I ever had!” Too awesome. [Us WeeklyMake-A-Wish]

Katy Perry Dyed Her Hair “Slime Green” And The Crazy Thing Is I Like It

While I’m totally in favor of people dying their hair weird colors — Nicole Richie’s purple hair is amazing on her and I loved the rose gold hair trend — I usually draw the line at green. Green hair has always just looked like too much time was spent in a heavily chlorinated pool or, I dunno, witchy but not in a cool goth way. So when I saw that Katy Perry had dyed her hair “slime green,” I expected to hate it. But I don’t. In fact, with her dark roots and skin coloring, I think she looks kind of fantastic. I’m not saying everyone should run out to their nearest Hot Topic and ransack the shelf of Manic Panic’s Green Envy … but if you can rock it like Katy, do you, girl. [Instagram]

Dude Covers Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” In 20 Different Styles

Dude Covers Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" In 20 Different Styles
This Is Pretty Much Fantastic

Katy Perry is normally the opposite of my jam, but I really dig her single “Dark Horse,” probably just because it has a rap hook featuring Juicy J. But I’m even further impressed by this random dude’s decision to cover “Dark Horse” in the style of 20 other artists. Some are more successful than others, but I was especially impressed by the way he channeled N’Sync, Boyz II Men, Metallica and Nirvana. Oh, and as you might expect, the John Mayer section is pretty insufferable. [Gawker]

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