Katy Perry is an American born singer and song writer that is closely associated with fellow Disney stars Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and the Jonas Brothers. Katy Perry recently announced her engagement to Russell Brand, and maybe pregnant.
Stepping out for some promotional duties, Katy Perry showed up at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown LA last night (March 26).
The “Hot N Cold” singer was in the house to premiere EPIX’s “Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour,” and she told press that her black hair color is here to stay for awhile- "It's black [because] I'm in mourning because this tour is almost finished. I think it's time for me to have a nap, a little sleeping beauty for a second.”
She just wrapped up a critically-acclaimed showing at the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show, and now Katy Perry is taking her act to the Grammy Awards stage.
The “Hot N Cold” songstress will sing “By the Grace of God” on Sunday night (February 8), and hopefully she’ll pick up trophies in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album categories.
Her Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show performance was the stuff legends are made of and Katy Perry told ELLE magazine that she made sure every single detail was correct.
In her March 2015 cover story the “Dark Horse” singer explained, "In my show, I am boss daddy. I am boss mommy. They call me Boss. Everything goes through my eyes; I call all the shots, 100 percent of it. With the NFL, I have to be accountable to several levels of red tape. There are many committees I have to go through for my costumes, the budgets of my show, every interview—everything, I have to report to somebody. So I am no longer the boss; I have to relinquish that control. We love this opportunity, but once you decide you're gonna do the Super Bowl, you're gonna have no f*cking life for six months. It is the biggest thing. Anyone that's ever done it has been scared sh*tless. You stay off the Internet for the five days afterward."
She’s sold out massive arenas all over the world, but nothing in Katy Perry's career compares to her Super Bowl Halftime Show extravaganza at the University of Phoenix Stadium this evening (February 1).
Joined by Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott and Lenny Kravitz, as well as the Arizona State University Sun Devil Marching Band, the “California Gurls” songstress owned the sold-out crowd as she belted out a medley of her biggest hits including "I Kissed a Girl," "Dark Horse," "Teenage Dream" and her show-ending smash hit "Firework".