James Corden loves to torture his guests with disgusting food every now and then. The Late Late Show host has now invited Kate Perry to a hilarious round of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts and, for the first time, something strange has happened.
While most guests force themselves to eat all kinds of gross ‘food’, from bull’s semen to bird saliva, in order to avoid answering Corden’s hard questions, Perry was so disgusted by the culinary options on the table that she made an honest effort to actually give some truthful answers.
For example, when it came to choosing between a 1,000-year-old egg and ranking her lovers, she chose the latter! That’s right; the singer revealed on air that, out of three of her relationships, Orlando Bloom was the best in bed, with John Mayer and then Diplo following suit. Honestly, I would have just eaten the egg! Also, how Corden predicted Diplo’s third place, I’ll never know.
The clip includes many more fun moments, such as Corden having to admit he turned down The Wanted for his Carpool Karaoke segment. As for the band’s fans who, according to Perry, must be angry with the host after this statement, Corden will “happily meet all seven of them in the parking lot at some point!”
On another note, how good does Katy Perry look in the morning!
Katy Perry surely knows how to transform herself – from turning to an alien to embracing Kathy Beth Terry – so this time she decided to become a future version of herself!
In her new video for Chained To The Rhythm, we watch her explore a futuristic theme park (even though there’s a lot of 1950s imagery involved), called Oblivia. The clip was shot at “the thrill capital of the world”, the Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California; Perry has definitely turned it into something far more spectacular, though.
The track points the finger at all those living ‘in a bubble’, refusing to address the serious issues the world is dealing with right now. The extravagant theme park echoes the song, portraying their blissful but ignorant haven.
I love the second half of the clip, when Perry suddenly awakens, gets ‘unchained from the rhythm’ and tries to warn everyone. Surprisingly, Bob Marley’s grandson, Skip Marley, plays a big part in that!
Comedy website Funny Or Die has teamed up with Katy Perry to encourage people to vote for the upcoming US presidential election. The singer appears in a clip, to support Funny Or Die’s ‘Everyone Votes’ campaign, and ends up… well, naked!
Perry points out that there is no specific dress code when it comes to voting. Everyone is allowed to come to the polls in whatever state they woke up in; whether you’re wearing a child’s onesie, an oversized t-shirt, or even if you have lollipops and popcorn stuck all over your hair like Perry herself, you’re still welcome to vote!
By briefly scanning the constitution, though, the pop star failed to understand that going to the polls naked is not an option. And so, she hilariously found herself in a police car – somehow next to an equally naked Joel McHale. Apparently, this didn’t work out well for the actor, either. So if you do vote, please remember to put on clothes. Any kind. Continue reading “Katy Perry votes naked in new ‘Funny Or Die’ clip”
Katy Perry proves she’s quite the survivor in her latest music video for Rise, the soundtrack for the upcoming Rio Olympics. The clip embodies the struggle described in the lyrics, with Perry fighting to lift herself up through water and mud.
Tied to a pink parachute, we witness the singer encountering all kinds of setbacks, until she’s finally able to rise and fly. The inspirational track definitely deserved a powerful music video and it seems director Paul Gore was up for the task.
“I know that together we can rise above the fear – in our country, and around the world,” said Perry in a recent statement for the Today Show. “I can’t think of a better example coming up than the Olympic athletes, as they gather together in Rio with their strength and fearlessness, to remind us how we all can come together, with the resolve to be the best we can be.”
Just when we thought Katy Perry was being awfully silent music-wise, she went on and dropped a new song – her first in three years – which also happens to be the anthem of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio!
The track has that athletic spirit of healthy competition going on, complete with an inspiring music video. In the clip, we get to revisit some of past Olympics’ most memorable moments, while witnessing athletes strive and ultimately get to the top – or in some cases, fail and get up again.
“I know that together we can rise above the fear – in our country, and around the world,” said Perry in a statement for the Today Show. “I can’t think of a better example coming up than the Olympic athletes, as they gather together in Rio with their strength and fearlessness, to remind us how we all can come together, with the resolve to be the best we can be.”
I’m always down with everything Katy Perry does, simply because I love her music – and her cool attitude. But let’s face it, this new H&M ad is not what we would have hoped for.
The singer collaborated with the brand on a campaign, which also features her new holiday song. Every day is a Holiday is your average Christmas tune, the one you’re casually singing along to, while you’re shopping for gifts. And I’m not saying this is a bad thing.
Nevertheless, I would expect something way more fun and glamorous from Perry. Sure, the ad is full of colours and glitter and fairy Katy spreading the love; somehow, though, it still isn’t enough, once you’ve seen what she’s capable of.
As much as I love H&M and find this pairing exciting, the only two things not looking – or sounding – tacky here are the clothes and model Sean O’Pry. (In case you’re wondering who that shirtless guy on top of the car is, take a look at Taylor Swift’s Blank Space.)
All in all, I feel like I needed more from Katy and frankly, from my Christmas. If I’m going to replace Mariah Carey with someone else, it better be worth it! And that’s not.
When I read on Alternative Press that Katy Perry had done backing vocals for P.O.D.’s Goodbye For Now in 2006, I was shocked; I had no idea, even though I liked this song. It clearly is a weird pairing, but then again, Perry hadn’t even released her debut album, One of the Boys, at the time.
In any case, the track, which was included in P.O.D.’s Testify album, was pretty popular back then and it remains one of the band’s biggest hits to date.
“When will we sing a new song…”