Millennial favorites (?) Demi Lovato, Lena Dunham, and Katy Perry have all campaigned for Hillary Clinton this election cycle, and according to a new report from The Free Beacon, at least one of them has gotten paid. The Clinton campaign reported paying Perry’s company, Kitty Purry, Inc., almost $70,000 in December for “event production.”
The highlight of Super Bowl XLIX was undoubtedly Katy Perry's (okay, Missy Elliott's) halftime show feature two dancers in dopey shark costumes, at least one of whom had learned the routine beforehand. It seems one of those sharks knew he would be famous days before the big show, and tried to parlay his role as a grinning creature of the deep into a hot Tinder date. Meet Garret!
Katy Perry's Super Bowl halftime performance featured a six-song medley, a dancing shark who knew all the steps, and a dancing shark who stole the show.
This is funny: Some joker confirmed exclusively to Page Six that Katy Perry will be playing the Super Bowl XLIX half-time show. Haha. Good joke! "A deal is being hammered out for Katy to play the Super Bowl," a source tells Page Six. Hahaha, but really, who's playing the Super Bowl and what time is it?
Before Katy Perry was the mega controversy-causing Lite-Brite pop star that she is today, she was an Alanis Morrissette acoustic guitar-player with a "pizza face" and a Christian bent. In footage recently unearthed by videographer Jim Standridge, the 17-year-old star is seen crying over her parents, talking about repeating ninth grade, and loving the tour life, all while redoing her hair a thousand times.
This crying baby is certain that the world is a terrible, unkind place and that nothing will ever be OK again. And she's probably right becau—never mind, Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" is starting. She nods her approval. The tempest is averted... for now.
The Rosenberg, Texas Police Department has a very active Facebook page. "We actually want to be able to show people that we're just people, just like everybody else," they tell KPRC. To wit, officers Aerial Ronell and Ranell Roy filmed themselves jamming out to Katy Perry's "Dark Horse." You think Ronell is not so into it at first (Roy is so into it), but then that (absurd) Juicy J verse comes in and all is well.
A couple of people, John Mayer and Katy Perry, will sure be monopolizing a lot of their friends' time in the coming weeks in manners that will be acceptable at first and then quickly become annoying ("No, I can't get a massage right now. I'm at work. I'm not being curt.") because they have reportedly just broken up after roughly two years of intermittent courting.