35 Burst results for "Katy Perry"
Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach
"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.
Orlando Bloom Makes Back-to-Back Shocking Confessions
"Orlando bloom is catching some heat after telling the guardian he and fiancee katy. Perry aren't having enough sex but that's not all everyone is sleeping on his other shocking confession. He was asked about his best. Kiss ever spoiler you guys. He didn't say it was from katie. He said it was from a girl named debbie when he was seventeen. Okay if you were his partner. Are you pissed. Debbie in america's like yes. I was the one that gave him the best kids. You know that
Orlando Bloom Admits He's Not Having 'Enough' Sex With Katy Perry
"Let's kick it off with the story that everybody's talking about with orlando bloom. An katy perry so apparently they're not having enough sex Bloom talk to the guardian and he was very much about his tell. All is anything all nothing was off limits and he said we just don't have enough sex. Do you think that's just because having a new baby and what do you think katy perry thinks about that guys. Oh definitely i mean you know you have a baby. I don't care what age if a year old were. You know you know. Know it's not putting your business out there but having a kid period you're tired and there's a lot to do and and and orlando bloom. He is his graduate. he eats berries in frankencense. We'll get into healthy. Do use only perry was mad about this sex leak. No what's the flip side of that. Like no yes we have. We have plenty. He's a veteran. Of course you say not enough. I mean that's my fiance. I would like to be with her more like that. Was the perfect answer. The flip side of that is you're gonna get a lot of trouble we don't need anymore. What does it like crazy. You should just the boy said. Oh we're fine. We have a very healthy sexual relationship.
Sasha Sloan Talks About Her New Song, Until It Happens To You
"Sasha's sloan is a singer and songwriter originally from boston but now based in nashville she put out her debut album only child last year before that she'd written songs for artists like katy. Perry john legend and charlie exc- x and she's been a featured guest vocalist on songs by electronic artists. Edessa and kyko. Sasha made her album with her boyfriend producer. Henry allen aka king henry who's other production credits include songs by beyond say and diplo so they're kind of music power couple in this episode. Sasha along with henry tells the story of making her song until it happens to you till you like similar in no how to my name. Is sasha sloan. When it comes to writing. I always start with a title. My boyfriend and i have a close friend and he had a cousin who was like a sister to him and we hung out with her a lot. She was in her early thirty s and one day. She was diagnosed with leukemia. And a couple of months later she passed away. Henry and i were very shaken up by it and just sitting and talking and you know we were like you'll never really know what it's like until it happens to you because my boyfriend and i had never lost someone that close to us. We've both been funerals but it was kind of you know at a distance and it was just one of those things where i wanted to say. Hey i know what you're going through right now. But i couldn't i could only say i can only imagine what that feels like and it didn't feel like enough that's kind of what inspired the title. That's my friend danny. Celebrate danny came over to hang out and we were talking about song. Titles and i was like i had the song title called until it happens to you and you know when i explained the concept to him really struck a chord with him and we went to the studio and danny had this guitar part. That was really beautiful. I love writing with danny and henry because of craig guitar players. I play piano. But i'm always usually more inspired by like a great guitar riff so i felt super inspired by that. And the title until it happens to you. Felt like it really fit with qatar part for me. Titles have to find their partner. I in order for me to write them. It's so much easier for me to write melody when i have a concept that i'm starting with. It's much harder for me to work off of melodies and then villain lyrics afterwards.
Viewers accuse 'American Idol' of exploiting Claudia Conway for ratings
"On to the Hollywood round of American Idol, the 16 year old daughter of former president Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. Saying a version of Adele's When we were young and won a golden ticket to Hollywood Idol Judge Katy Perry told Conway There's a lot of noise in your life. And you have to calm the storm. That is around you. I question is issue good singer or shake his story. Yeah, that's maybe. Hopefully maybe a little of both. I'm sure, though. Yeah, I mean, maybe it is inspiring to people to keep her on the show. Now, my friend who saw the program didn't think that she should get the Colton. Yeah, well Okay, but yeah, So she's there for I borrowed producers always make their own touch. Write their own decision on who would be good for the show. 6 37. Let's head back
Claudia Conway, daughter of Kellyanne Conway, advances on 'American Idol'
"Is going to be moving on to the next round on American Idol, the 16 year old daughter of former president Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. Saying a version of the Dells when we were young last night and won a golden ticket to the Hollywood round, Idol Judge Katy Perry told Conway There's a lot of noise in your life. And you have to calm the storm. That is around you.
Post Malone virtual concert to headline Pokémon Day
"Post Malone and joining Pokemons 25th anniversary celebration with a virtual concert post. He's going to perform February 27th in a digital event and the Pokemon company International announced P. 25 previously. It's a serious of musical events last month with news that Katy Perry is going to be headlining celebrating Choo's 25th
‘American Idol’ Confirms Claudia Conway Will Appear on New Season
"Daughter of Kellyanne Conway, George Conway. Was shown in some video auditioning for American Idol on Monday. In new promo for the upcoming season, 19 16 year old daughter of Kellyanne Conway and Trump critic George Conway appeared on American Idol commercials that ran during a two hour episode of the Bachelor. I'm very nervous, but very excited, Claudia said before auditioning in a promo for the upcoming fourth season featuring Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie. They've managed to drag off the ceiling long enough to be a A judge on American Idol. I'm Claudia Conway. My parents are high profile political figures, she said. While standing in front of the judges in Halter top and black leather trousers. Katie and Lionel seemed surprised to see her. Luke was caught off guard. Images within shown of Kellyanne on a giant screen, speaking with Claudia and the Teenager city next to her dad, George while they talk And then she auditioned and Ryan Seacrest said, You know, she's a big superstar on tick talk has over a million. I just Guess American, I, you know Say, But why? But you know what? Why would they do this? But I guess it's for ratings for his American Idol doesn't do as well as it used to. I guess that's the ring and all that probably happened a long time ago. The auditions and things they were filmed a while ago would be my guess. Yeah. Uhh! Seafood, I would think at least a few months. I don't know. No, no. Doesn't say exactly when. Here.
‘Celebrating America’: Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters Rock Inauguration Concert
"Yesterday was historic and we are still on a high from the satement. So here are a few of our favorite moments from inauguration day don let winston katy perry was the last one. Listen who is your favorite performance of the night. Just let katy perry connoisseur to got all the fireworks and the glitz and glamour. So i am one of those people who like a show stopping moment. And i feel like for me. That was pretty amazing but to c. J. lo singing next to the first female vice president of color women of color in a department head situation. There's a music in my ear into women. Singing here is one of the most things i've ever seen in my life. I it was all really good. I have to say i really felt like the reformers i thought demi levato did a really really good job. I was really pleased to see her performance. Justin timberlake i mean no matter what happens that man is just attractive and talented right like he always does a good job and obviously lady gaga. You guys the voice on that woman. It's really not a joke. It's like she. is that talented. I just really enjoyed the whole celebration. America and the day was so fantastic. But i was just like. I don't know. I was like on cloud nine says in this happy mood and even if it was just for a night i just i love the positivity love the feeling the energy and i do feel like there's a lot of pressure on President bided and vice president harris to really try to bring this country together. But you know what. It's a good star. I just love the feeling words of the music. I love that. All the songs and florida georgia line saying with tim mcgraw and the whole unified song. And it's just you know. I really hope that. I really hope this is the start to a more unified country because we definitely need that for sure.
At War With The World
"Everybody ashley here and thank you for joining me on another episode of love me. So i wanna make this as conversationalist possible even though this is one side. What is giving yourself grace. What does that look like to you. What does it look like his beating yourself up when something doesn't go as planned but it doesn't look like is holding onto things of the past and other people's emotions what it looks like is having emotional intelligence for situations for yourself for other people and being realistic looking at people in a humanistic form putting people on this pedestal or yourself and having we can have expectations. But if we don't make that mark is cool. We're human small wins. Small victories baby. I looked up. What grace is adding grace for yourself is giving yourself the permission to forgive your mistakes. Any lapses in judgement any hurt any hurtful behavior. Because no one's perfect and it shows up all the time we see these hashtags and inspirational quotes about giving grace but honestly that is one of the fewest quotes. I've actually seen lately About giving grace a lot of them are super motivational and super positive. Giving yourself grace isn't about being positive. It's about being realistic in grace's that gift that's offered to us. You know by source by god. We need to give ourselves grace. We need to take the moment to breathe and pause with ourselves. Grace a notice that something that we we don't too often do we. We are so quick to forgive other people. It's like we don't forgive ourselves and there's really nothing to forgive ourselves. Were now sometimes. There is but simple mistakes. Do you have to give yourself grace. And i get it like. It's not the easiest thing to do but shoot we're making it through a pandemic the fact that you've made it to where you are today. You might not be in the place that you wanna be. We might not be in a fifty million dollar home that used to be owned by jennifer lopez katy perry or whoever her as far as our goals and whether they be personal professional spiritual we have to give ourselves grace because we may not make it to that point where we want to where we expecting where i wanted to be. Today is not where i expected myself to beat but i am further. So it's about gratitude. It's about giving yourself grace. It's about finding things that serve among other things and the reason we're talking about this like i said it's because throughout this process of better me better you better we. I know that many of us were just so hard on ourselves. Sucks like we are our own worst critic. And i know i am. I'm harder on myself than anybody else. Think about all the crap that you said to yourself the negative self talk judgment now. You say all of that to your loved ones to your brother. Your sister mother father best friend those who are closest to you. Now if they're not close to you we talk about that right now but those friends and loved ones. That are close to us now. There comes a time and in place when we're giving them you know honesty however when it comes to grace we give them a lot of grace we give them a lot of forgiveness especially if it's been a long journey shoot the longest journey we've had is with ourselves you know. And also the connection that we had to her mother's in the womb and other things that nature but that connection that relationship that we have with ourselves because it's constant and we're constantly judging and questioning ourselves and replaying the past and doing all these things flip flopping and not using the rear view mirror we are using a full sized mirror and skip amir about the cuss. We are out here with all the windows open on our computer. Every single window does look look looking. Oh let me go to this one. Let me go this one. let me. I was looking at this last week. I was looking at this last year. And that's not serving us. That's one of those things i- cornerstore convenience. Put these things on our basket and bring these things in the past that. Don't serve us. We give our loved ones grace because we know they're human and no one's perfect so we really don't need to be that hard on ourselves at the core we're good we are people. We deserve good things and nothing is permanent. So if we don't get one thing done at that particular on it may not be a permanent issue. It's temporary in. give yourself grace things. We we have no control over outside entities. other people. don't stress it. I don't people are gonna take things personally. People are gonna experience interpret things differently. You know everybody's low level of emotional intelligence and emotional availability is different so save yourself some grace for yourself be present
Beeple on How He Raked In $3.5 Million
"Today's guest is mike winkelmann a beagle. Welcome mike great nice to have you so you're a digital artist and you've worked with apple. Louis vitton nike justin bieber and katy perry even producing one digital artwork a day for over thirteen years. How did you get into crypto So a bunch of people just started telling me you should check out this. Nfc stuff and so really only like two months ago. I looked into the space a bit closer and saw a bunch of names that i recognize. You know in my certified design area. And so as i go there definitely seems like there's some here and so i like dole van and i have a computer science degree you know. I'm not a programmer. But you know that piece of it really started like interested me so it. Just the possibilities. I thought were just endless. There was just a bunch of things people by try and get it. I thought sounded really really finally. Try and you ended up having a big digital art sale last weekend that rakes in three point. Five million dollars. Congratulations thank you. Yeah it was crazy the to see. But i also think like it truly is like sort of the start of people really like collecting the I think you know the the the physical tolkien paired with the the annettee. I think email makes it something. People can really understand and sort of like speaks to their inner sort of like collecting voice. And i think it's just the system that you know will be a the future of sort of like you know collecting artwork sieve. Tell us more of the details about that sale. What did you offer. How did you offer it and what happened. Sure saw the biggest thing that i think is different from this sale than previous sales. Is that each of the pieces. Included a physical token you know a digital screen that was very closely tied to the like blockchain. Though it wasn't sort of like you know cries that could be separated easily from the nfl at something. That's very sort of meant to be looked at as one piece And so i. I made you know people ask collect dot com which sort of like houses the collection and then You know there was an open edition For those on sale for just five minutes and then you know which also includes physical token twenty one auction throat. The weekend Sold single edition You know sort of pieces to the highest bidder and so that was sort of like the components of the draft. So you know all weekend. We sold six hundred thousand dollars worth of the open edition five minutes and then you know the everyday's themselves the auction we're going over one hundred thousand dollars on average at last piece went for seven hundred seventy seven thousand dollars so i think it just shows that there's like a huge appetite for you know a tightly sort of connected digital and physical sort of like
Why Is It So Hard to Remember What Day It Is?
"In the early part of the twenty first century psychologist dr david. A ls performed possibly the shortest experiment in the history of the social sciences. He gathered sixty five randomly. Selected test subjects invited them into his office one by one and asked them this fateful question. What day is today. that's it thank you. Please sign the release form on the way out done so what could possibly learn from asking people the day of the week. A heck of a lot as it turns out using this simple experiment and others ellis was trying to decode the complex psychology of time. And even to help answer. The age-old question wait is wednesday or thursday because although each weekday is twenty four hours long they're far from equal from a psychological standpoint. We spoke with ls via phone back in two thousand fifteen from the university of lincoln in the uk. He said when you ask people about monday and friday they have a lot to tell you and those words evoke very strong emotions whereas when you ask them about the middling days people tend to draw a blank asked to free associate about monday. Ellison test subjects wrote strongly. Negative words like tired boring early and rubbish it being the uk after all and when asked to describe friday they came up with wildly positive. Words like fun friends party and someone unexpectedly bacon. When asked about the rest of the week people struggled to come up with anything at all. Tuesday for some is like a monday hangover long and busy topped the list but the description most people came up with for wednesday was simply middle there even a lot more pop songs about mondays and fridays and other days of the week considered new. Order's blue monday mamas. And papas monday monday. The bengals manic. Monday the cures friday. I'm in love. Katy perry's last friday night. Rascal flatts friday though. Of course let's not discount. The midweek brilliance of the rolling stones ruby tuesday but ellis pointed out that there can be serious unintended consequences to these strong and weak psychological associations with certain days of the week he explained. Suicide rates are higher at the start of the week for example and stocks. Perform better on friday. Mr medical appointments also peak at the start of the week in the united states. These can be a costly inconvenience for doctors and patients but they can be costly to the whole community for state run health systems like in the uk the better we understand the psychological biases toward different days of the week ellis says the better we can tailor interventions and then settled nudges. That might have significant societal. Pay off in a previous study for example l. Found that working. People are much more likely to miss monday. Doctors appointments than retirees. The health system could save loads money but retirees at the beginning of the week. And us working stiffs on fridays. Which brings us back to the original question what they is it today when alice asked that question. He timed each subject's response on mondays and fridays. He discovered people gave the correct answer twice as fast as people ask on tuesdays wednesdays and thursdays some mid week folks couldn't think of the day at all given the strong if opposing psychological associations with monday and friday. It's not surprising that people are more aware of those days. It seems the rest of the work week and get lost in the shuffle.
Jane Fonda leads celebs in exercise video to encourage voting
"Working in her eighties, and is she I saw a headline. Is she making another exercise tape? She isn't but what she did was she made a clip. It's like a little commercial exercise that vote and voter registration. And she got Katy Perry Kerry Washington Orlando Bloom Amy Schumer, Ah, Ken Jeong, Vanessa Hudgens Shack. Ah, Ashley Benson to make little cameos and it's like VHS graphics. She is in her full exercise gear doing like leg lives and stuff. Do you want to hear some of it? Yeah. Okay, there it is. Bring back the movement. We need to be in shape for the upcoming race needed strong. Laser forest be fully committed to the task at hand. So let's get ready.
FTC eyes possible antitrust suit against Facebook
"Check out shares facebook under fire today as the social media giant deals with a boycott in possible anti-trust lawsuit let's get to Julia Carson. Who's got the details. Julia? Well, Melissa, the FTSE's in working on its investigation into facebook since last June and now the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the agency is gearing up to possibly file an antitrust lawsuit. Later, this year after investigating concerns that facebook's been using its position to stifle incompetent to stifle competition and examining its acquisitions of potential competitors got a no comment from facebook as well as from the FTC on this report but. That's always the question what could come next while a majority of the five member commission would have to vote in favor of the suit. Then potential remedies could range from breaking off a piece of the company to a fine to restrictions on facebook's operations than to mandate any changes. The FTC, would have to prove that these book violated antitrust law. Now, this conversation comes as a dozen of top celebrities on instagram. Abstain from posting on that platform today in solidarity with the Hashtag Stop Hate for profit campaign the participants including Kim Kardashian with one hundred, Eighty, eight, million followers Katy Perry with one, hundred, seven million or posting messages this week about how they think facebook could address hate speech on facebook and instagram. Now Kim Kardashian posting yesterday quote that she can't sit by and stay silent while these platforms continue to. Allow the spreading of hate propaganda and misinformation and double ACP CEO Derek Johnson saying quote it's speaks volumes that there is now widespread concern but facebook's complacency and W.. C.. P. Of course, is one of the organizers of stop hate for profit. Now, of course, the question is whether this will impact consumer behavior and whether it could drive facebook to make additional changes Melissa, Juliet's interesting the basis the FTC. Potential suit or complaint in that when facebook bought what's up when facebook instagram these were nowhere near competitor's at the time I mean, at the time it seemed for instance, Instagram it was purchased what for a billion dollars it at thirteen employees I don't think that anybody ever thought that it would become what it is. Today was not seen at all as a potential competitor. Absolutely, and Melissa's worth pointing out that the FTC approved both acquisition of Instagram and the acquisition of WHATSAPP and facebook has argued repeatedly that is because these companies were part of facebook the because that they had the investment of giant like facebook that they could grow to the scale and return they are now in interestingly face, you been focused on integrating the back end of. Those APPs allowing people to message between them and they would say these things don't exist in a vacuum and never would have gotten to that scale if they'd been left as a standalone
Celebs join Instagram 'freeze' to protest Facebook inaction
"Several celebrities have been boycotting Instagram to protest what they say is the failure of parent company Facebook to tackle violent and hateful content an election misinformation I marquees are loaded with the latest Kim Kardashian west Katy Perry Leonardo DiCaprio and Kerry Washington are among the celebrities who have been freezing on Instagram for twenty four hours as a protest to back the hash tag stop hate for profit movement Kardashian west to so she cannot be silent when Instagram and Facebook allowed the spread of misinformation and only take steps after people are killed Facebook declined comments but pointed to its efforts to protect the November election and to limit groups that support violence
Taylor Swift Sent Katy Perry's Daughter Daisy a THOUGHTFUL Baby Gift
"Of Taylor swift she sent Katy Perry baby gift a hand embroidered blankie that's as baby balloon. And Katie was very excited about it. She posted it. So I think everything is fine.
"katy perry" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"It's hopefully got some expansiveness that will even come into into shape in twenty twenty one. And I know that you start writing and I mean not necessarily the purpose of releasing an album or thinking that two years ago. But I read in an interview did with paper in two thousand eighteen where you were hampered consciously trying to take a break and trying to think about you know you mentioned even like wine to go back to school things like fat how long did that break last? Well I break in the way that like you know I was so used to being on this loop of. Writer record you know for six months. To life the next six months. Then go on tour for a year and a half. Repeat and I did that for four. Records and it started to you know really grind on me a little bit. And so I only came to the decision that make this a body of work called smile at the end of last year. Otherwise you know I'm always expressing always writing I'm never Not, Kinda working on my craft or. Channeling the information into a song like I'm still writings not so compartmentalized like that. But the break from you was like don't have such a strategy around record or making a record just like let it come if it wants to come and yeah. All the other things that you could do and the different parts of life you haven't explored and now have created space for that because. I feel like I'm out of that of being single minded as far as one goal goes. So yes, of course, I space for idea of having a child in the future, I still want to go to school there still still so many dreams. To. Dream. But they're different dreams. And mean especially since everything is being. Yano in the industry is coming back. We don't know what things are gonNA look like a year from now. Let alone. Dollar today but I eight one. I mean how are you starting to rethink that cycle in totality as you're kind of train, not only this era but what the future of the next few years of will there be that loop still ever return is at done her for now I think in every job, we've realized maybe a third or a fourth of it can be remotely. Realized that it's always good to have human contact and touch and face to face and I. But there's a lot of like really good work that can happen over resume you know and I think we will now lean into some technologies that we were a little bit. You know if he on adapting into our everyday lives, it will bring us some positive in that will have some time to like do other things because previous I, felt like we were all spinning out it was like this great American capitalistic dream just to like work until you're Rogan were. Until the wheels cut off, you know. And forgetting that like it's important to have to create space for time for family and friends and stillness and presence and. You know success isn't always measured by the different goals that you've achieved career wise or is in the account or Of course all that good. It's just about balance which I feel like we haven't had as a society for a while. and. So now there's shift I. Think it's great that some of it will be able to be remotely so that you don't have to go to Australia, for two days because that's like an anyone's body. Obviously, but yeah I mean, I think it will get back to some type of normal in the future. It's just when you know it's every hundred years who have the Spanish flu we've had. You know these viruses and the past history has repeated itself. We've had wars we've had you know loss of empires. We've been through it. The saint new we just have. You know we just haven't had the Internet to record everything. All feels really new right and I want a little bit about developing the sound of this album. I know that the lyrics itself had started to develop long before you again have mentioned gain into studio and kind of only developing what smile with become. But you worked with people like said, Charlie who Oscar holter and things like that in any tell me about kind of how you wanted smile to sound for you and how this era would would come across. For Katie I really need had a patchwork of songs. And then I realized like I had just pieces all over just didn't realize it really made a big picture and you know let's arm writing these songs. I'm in a different state of mind I'm not like I don't know exactly they call it like a Beta or a it's like it's a meditation of sorts and I don't feel like I am writing from. My intellect him writing from my heart or my higher self I kinda like surrender and let like leather flow through me of it as hippy dippy as it sounds as California's sounds. But that's the really the process and so I think that like my higher self has written, a lot of song says that have been like, okay. Here is the light at the end of the tunnel. Here is the the message or the Nugget of hope that you've needed or your hope mantra that you've needed to get out of bed and put one foot in front of the other. Here's what you're going to. Focus on as you write assault right so I just think it's interesting. It's it's about going through that hell and that darkness and coming out of it, and some people are going through that hell in darkness right now and it's and world is going through its shift as well. So it's weird that it parallel some of those some of those moments right now Yeah. What was the hardest song to develop or the one that took the longest to come to life who while some songs are written in a day but not all of them sometimes, they dislike weeks kind of mulling over and going. This or editing. Reedit reedit Rita I mean smile is probably one that I would come back to the drawing board allot. 'cause that is the you know a little bit of the definition of the record. It's the title of the record and it's also the song and when you pick the album title and it has to be a song, you're basically going this is what it's kind of about. You know this is the whole thing. And so that stung really talks about the journey of falling flat on my face and losing my smile and. My teeth knocked out and then trying to figure it out and come back out of that place. But you know it's a lot of it's like a lot of self reckoning in that song. It's like I had a piece of humble by you know I. had an ego check I went through a bunch of bullshit. I didn't that this was not fun. But now here, I am still standing and better for it. Yeah. Oh it will. It was I. Guess it was like you want to get that story right? So I would do at that one for sure. Yeah. I. Want something that you had sat around the time of witness where you kind of talked about the character of Katy Perry and kind of letting go of that adds to just because it came from a place of fear of being yourself in the incumbent Kudzanai. Able to embrace hurting yourself What does that mean going forward someone? Who is you know they're out very candy percent who is a person who loves.
"katy perry" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Hey I'm Brian Hiatt, this rolling stone music. Now I have Brittany Spanos and we're going to be playing Britney's excellent interview with Katy Perry who has new album out called Smile and also congratulations to Katy Perry because she just had a baby, she had a baby girl named Daisy dove blume and Britney talked to her right before she gave birth really and again it's a great time to be Katy Perry. We're very happy for on a professional level. Is probably a little bit of a weird time to be Katy Perry because the pop landscape has shifted. So dramatically and she is still Katy Perry and this is something we've been talking about for awhile. It's interesting to talk about and Britney's not so much Katie has changed. She hasn't changed at all. It's just the world has changed around her. How do you see all that working I mean he came out at a time when it was kind of. It was very cool to be a little literally in music. Kind of cool too. I. Mean She was on the worker circuit where I album one of the boys like her entire thing was like she was a little bit of like the pop girl when she first came out and a lot of the stuff that she sang early on quickly has become sort of deem very problematic has been. You know I kissed a girl. At being the big single and sounds like you're so gay stuff like that. There's a lot of stuff that just like has not aged as well as a lot of other crops. It's not to say that other popstars haven't that have been aged as well. But you know I think that there is a slew of them and a lot of other stuff that voted for a long time. You know there's a lot of like. Very appropriate thing is shoes done over the course of albums following. So there's elements of like really her music career up until recently, that's been sort of cancelable for a lot of people ahead has had that she's had to Engage an sometimes apologize for sometimes she has not and you know things that she sort of is still dealing with the fallout from. Yeah. I find her whole thing fascinated always found her more fascinating maybe than other people because I think it seems more simple to be her than than it actually is I think people overlook the fact of of her hyper religious upbringing and just how sort of ill-suited her personality is for for an age of greater sensitivity and it's interesting even back. then. When I did a on her, it was two thousand fourteen, and even at that point, there were a tremendous number of sort of like cultural sensitivity related controversies that we had to go over. Yeah. We turn to the issue for alleged cultural sensitivity. She's been criticized for having big booty. Mommy's dance in her tour one critic call them hyper sexualize characters of black women's bodies dressing up as a Geisha at the American music awards and as a stereotypical yarmulke-wearing Jewish comedian and her birthday video and for including a split second seen in her darkhorse video in which a guy wearing a pendant that reads alive disintegrated she ended up altering that one. So she just. She just said, she knows the rules are changing that quote cultural appropriation is increasingly unequal, but she's not thrilled about it and this is her in two thousand fourteen. I guess I'll just stick to baseball hot dogs and that's it. She said unfortunately she said I know that's a quote that's GonNa come to fuck me and they asked that's her quote but can't you appreciate a culture I guess like everybody asked to stay in their lane So. It was coming in two, thousand fourteen and then Britney when I was going to ask you about this, she then did that extraordinary promotional cycle that was like an apology tour for being herself. So. that. which I never see anything like that. Please talk about that a bit. So. If we look at the so hurry last album witness which came out in two thousand seventeen was one of the first bake pop album rollouts after the two thousand, sixteen election and She dropped chain to the rhythm in February of twenty seventeen right for the inauguration in any that entire two thousand sixteen election cycle she was very active in the Hillary campaign she was you know very much like I think she did A. Or whatever with at like a hillary rally like she was Berry, she become very involved in politics in a way that she had not been prior to twenty sixteen and with witness changed the rhythm when she first launched it, she called it purposeful pop, which when we talked about it, she was like just ended up being attached to the album and it was a big part. Of, how she is looking at that album to be like, you know she did that locking type of multiday thing were she had cameras on her all the time she'd like alive therapy section. She did like an interview with d'auray the activists just about all her past cultural appropriation likes you have people watching her twenty four seven She's talking a lot about her place in. Hop. End as an activist as someone in the in trump's America in that means and trying to track her own privilege and a lot of ways and it. backfired. Really was not. What was what was wrong with it because it was like it was well intentioned I think. But it just it seemed like just too much and just like what? What was not quite right there it was very well intentioned. There is a lot of. About, that has shifted very rapidly between the album prior presume and witness, which is that are going down on sales streaming, things like that. So a lot of you know business side things that we're going to be hard already to keep up with but I think a of the rollout hinged on woke nece in a way that felt berry. Forced at the time I think people you know the idea of protest papa that time is still kind of argued, the idea of what art would look like how kind of would manifest in a very you know what has continued to be a very dark time for America in for many people and you know a very troubling awful presidency and I think kind of. An album that began very hinged on that but wasn't really entirely about that. Again, with the two biggest singles were bone apetite with migos and switch switch with Nicki, Minaj, which were big in the sense that they were bigger than some her more recent singles but not like teenage dream Roy big. It was a little bit messy rollout and she has look back on it with a little bit of. A. Lot of what smile comes from is a lot of deep depression from that time I. Mean it was a big blip in her career. You come again coming off of prism and teenage dream into the biggest pop albums of the last decade..
Katy Perry compares marriage to Russell Brand to 'a tornado'
"Opening up about her previous marriage to Russell brand. Here's an interesting thing. So it's an interview with 60 Minutes, Australia. Oh, that aired on Sunday and she talked about her marriage to Russell Brand, which remember when they had that massive wedding in India that elephants and the whole thing. She said. I was having great success at 23 24 25. Then I met someone that was interesting and stimulating. It was just like a tornado. It was everything happened at once. They got married in 2010. They
"katy perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"katy perry" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Katy Perry welcome to inside the studio. How are you? Isn't that a loaded question in two thousand and twenty loaded question? Yes it is. You've been you've been quarantining for two. This is a unique. Yes. I think it's probably more. It's a loaded question for everyone but I definitely say as I'm about to give birth at two two different things both an actual physical human being and a record that I have been doing all of my promotion in quarantine and this time it's an interesting time sure and and and you know a lot of women and more power to them work into their third trimester I I really hope we get this interview done before your water breaks. Yeah. Well, I'm not at my third trimester I'm in my fourth trimester. No I. Really. Think, you are the one of the last people I get to speak with before my world changes. So originally, this album was at one point it was going to ride in June and then in mid August and it's been pushed back a little bit but but also you must have discussed releasing it next year. Why? Why did you stick with this year? What was the thinking behind that? Yeah I mean this year is a year of pivoting and going with the flow for sure and anyone that like hard plans besides the fact that. You will have a child for me is you know is maybe setting themselves up for A. Surprise So I wanted to put the record out in June obviously I wanted to give myself a little bit more space and not you know go head to head with WHO's coming I. WHO's The headliner? WHO's the opener is the child is the baby what? but I did know that I was so excited about sharing this record that. Got Me into this place of life a fullness of life that I didn't WanNa push to twenty one because I know my energy is about to shift. and my world is about to expand in in such an incredible way that like. Iro I started kind of casually writing this record. In two thousand seventeen and it's really the sound shot I call it the screen shot but the sound shot of the past three years and I know my next couple of years are going to be so full and I will have so much to say. So let's just Onto, the next plus it's a record full of you know hopefully listen resilience and about coming out of the darkness. So I think if anyone's going through that now it could be. It could be something for them. I, mean I think in a way we're all going through that now to wanted it standar- another it's it's it's hard to not be in the darkness at this particular time in human history given given the pandemic. But you talk about coming out of the darkness there's a note in the packaging for smile and it's it's actually signed Catherine Not Katie and you you say many of these songs were written coming out of one of my own darkest times finding and fighting for the light at the end of the tunnel. And so I I I wanNA talk about smile you finding your smile again. But let's start with the dark times. 'cause that's kind of where the album begins. Isn't it? On the record. Yeah. Let's let's travel back to it. So I guess travel back a few years to twenty seventeen or so or twenty eighteen but but that's kind of where the album begins. With never really over cry about it later Kyrie is these are These are the Darker Times right? Well, you know actually you're you're you're making a very observant note the sequence does tell a mini story and it does start out with kind of the letting go the true letting go or or making a decision to let go of of this. Loop of love that I was in, you know the unhealthy relationships and going like I am not going to. Fall back into that loop, I am going to choose a different path even though it's difficult But the you know there was a it was a few things in two, thousand, seventeen, it was Shift in my own excitement and getting high on my own supply with putting out music. It just didn't really it didn't. It didn't slap like it used to. And I right before I put out the record, I actually broke up with my now baby daddy because I was just like you know I. I, it got to a tipping point and I thought I was GonNa Lean on the validation of the outside world to get me through you know the bummer time of of a breaking up with someone but then You know then I wasn't getting fed from the outside world like I was used to. So everything started falling apart basically the foundation started cracking and I didn't realize that I put so much. Self worth and validation in everyone else's hands and when they don't give it back to you, it's a huge void So we're talking about two, thousand, seventeen when witness came out, that's that's the moment when we're it's you know as a Katy Perry, fan as somebody who, Hey, that's not my favorite Katy Perry record but I like a lot of songs on it, Katy, Perry record but the world seemed to say like you know what? Maybe we've had enough maybe we WANNA take a break. I M I M exaggerating no, you are not at all. You are so right and I felt that I am. A. Master feelings. That's my job is to. Observe and feel the feelings and you know put them in too little definitions and ideas and songs I take feelings and I'm I create worlds. So I was feeling that rejection pretty heavily and you know I did I did what a lot of artists do at some point in their careers as I took a leap because I wanted to experiment I wanted to break. The Kind.
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom welcome baby girl
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"katy perry" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"K. e. ojukuwu o._j. U._k. w and he is identified in the complaint as an american christian hip hop musician and record producer and citizen of the state of missouri <hes> so the question is not is the beat the part necessarily sara lee the part that was infringed right it is that the beat created in joyful noise is part of joint work of authorship from from what oh so he gets to be on exactly. That's okay. I hear you yeah even though i mean honestly if they're separating out like he did the beat and somebody else did the <unk> murmur like he probably shouldn't be a part of it because the beat is no part of the infringement and so what it says is that his part in creating the beat was part of the overall work and it's the overall work that was infringed by creating dr course as i think it's just a way to get him but that's none of that and and look that's just in my view that is likely the you know music reporting sources trying to parse through you know this young complicate. I'm glad you i'm glad you you broke that down because i see what they're trying to say a that's definitely i don't see that as a valid claim that the beat was ripped off but i see it's like okay. The guy who wrote the beat he should be on this too because he contributed to the work of arthur. I ripped off even though it's nothing the beat is not. It's not if those two weeks of the same. Every beat is just it's over. It's all over. We're at the end and look you heard what katy perry's legal team has described as sort of the basis for damages right. It is austin auto number two which is not the well. No the beat is part it okay yeah but it is yeah but anyway yeah all right well. <hes> that was fun and i look forward to next time. Music law court dumped on that all right. We've got to thank our new patrons. A patron dot com slash law and.
"katy perry" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Sucks. I don't like it but at least has that little melody and then the chorus is a totally different thing. It's like the i like at least was that was that ends ends. Are you either way. We're a package store. I dunno sometimes i package store but it at the very least and here's another thing that's interesting <hes> the cord waltz. It's interesting so far is that you can analyze this music. The the court progression that it barely shows up in the rap song you can kind of see it <hes> or you can kind of hear it rather like in certain parts aw so there is an dun dun dun dun <unk>. No no no no no no no no so it's super basic boring crap up and it would be it would be interesting if it were the same in the katy perry song but it's actually not it's a different underlying chord progression. Let's ray hey while there are no pores here so you. Let's see when the courts come in because they're just they're not there in the you know it's just that but when they do come in their way different that's four chords. It's a different progression. It's just not the same thing like it's it's. It's the same as me. That's nothing i am ready for. This is ridiculous. I think that's i think that's what she was asking right. <hes> she's playing unlikely that she was asking little horsea. That's what i anyway so dark works. She's she's. She's black doc. I don't think she's talking about yeah. I don't think she's talking about packing haider's anyway notwithstanding the fact that we are not qualified to to evaluate katy perry versus christian rap. You're sort of t. Three bead your way into the correct answer so they're earwax tax bracket which is what we have is a jury finding of copyright infringement and now what is left for the jury is to compute the damages and the parties are submitting their proposed five hail. Marys gonna reach you the plaintiffs. They're gonna pray about it real hard. That's what it should be. I will i ask the lord for forgiveness. That should a bit seriously. I'm going to read you. This is katy. Perry's proposed jury instructions on damages now again. The court doesn't doesn't have to accept these right. The court is very likely to craft something that is in the middle but these are taken from pattern jury instructions instructions and it's very likely that the jury is going to get something like this so i'm going to upload this document as well the fact that you you the jury found a defendant liable for copyright infringement does not mean that the defendant is liable for profits you make an award of defendants prophets only if you i to find the plaintiff's showed by a preponderance of the evidence that there was a causal nexus between the infringement and that defendants gross revenue so then here's the instruction instruction yeah no if you find that the plaintiffs have shown by a preponderance of the evidence that there is a causal nexus between the use of the joyful noise musical composition in an and here's why i need thomas.
"katy perry" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"More than Katy Perry tried to buy four in two thousand fifteen so to make it clear. Now, Katy Perry that where does Katy Perry? Stand in the situation for everybody listening that is confused on where Katie situation including myself, she, she does not have the comment. So she does not have the pretty now not hers. However sister, count and really hates her. Okay. So sister Callahan really hates are, and the other sister that passed away saying sister, Holtzman Shane Katy Perry. Police Shah a longer. Got her last dying wish she's no longer wish widow with with us. She's no longer with us. And our last words, Katy Perry. Please stop. She stopped so sister Holtzman who's no longer with us. Got her wish right? But now this none still hates Katy Perry. It's crazy. 'cause it was just like everybody in the wrong the nuns are trying to sell something that wasn't there's the archdiocese was trying to sell something that. Cl- wasn't there. Who knows who even really owned it in the first place. Did the nuns did they not? I don't know. But she said she admitted it she was like, was it legal to try and sell it to this woman Dana? No probably not. But it wasn't legal Katy Perry to buy it either. This is the last line to spite her failing health Callahan, said she will stick to her guns. I intend to fight, but how long I can do that. I don't know. Oh my God. I see the thing with the problem that I have with these types of stories is that I don't wanna laugh, but here I am giggling, 'cause we got nuns fighting with Katy Perry saying that there's blood on their hands. Now there's one none because of the rest of the sisters are gone. They've passed the saints vote for to be thrown around, like Katy Perry is blood on her hand hand. She's getting very old school Catholic guilt situation, here that she's trying to thrust onto Katy Perry, which Katy Perry. I'm pretty sure is dealt with enough like as a as a. Kids, she, you know, her parents were very religious. And so it's like now she's got a nun coming after is like your worst nightmare. Yeah. So Katy Perry's whole life is just having the Catholic church, come after after I kissed a girl. Now the knows just what but Katy Perry is not not a part of the situation anymore. She's just disliked by the non. Yeah. I think, you know Katy Perry wants out on this place at this. I will use so fair. Play up the price by ten million dollars. Yeah. When we don't eat Katy Perry pain mill for that. And also, if I was Katy Perry, I would get the hell away from these people juju. It it's also like what was she going to do your MAC, down the convent and build a house like that? You can't you're with God. Now, you know, big thing. Yeah. The spirits and whatnot like up all over the place. No. You don't want that in your home. No, I would just go anywhere else, just goes anywhere else, which I'm sure that's what she's definitely that's fine. But sister Callahan. Is not recommended Perry, go to heaven. That's for sure. She's. I'm sorry..
"katy perry" Discussed on Eating For Free
"Well, also, a lot of people are saying that it's literally Katy Perry that this all. Hinges on now because which is crazy felt that way before it was cash Aversa, Dr Luke in. He said she said, but then it was like, wait a minute. It also happened to Katy Perry. I spoke to lady Gaga about it. Once we know there were both involved. The God gun Katy Perry was like kind of what's going on some more information. Yes. And the Katy Perry in the Katy Perry inclusion meant that there was legitimacy now to either Dr Luke or catch up because if keepers at yes, then clearly Dr Luke was lying, and it was all gonna blow up in. But if Katy Perry denied it that push cash in an extremely uncomfortable position. Because now to the public she looks like a liar, and Dr Luke is going to look like the credible person. And so it was I would say an extremely risky move, including Cape Harian as because it pretty much hinges on the fact that you now either have to prove, you know, Dr Luke raped Katy Perry, even if she denies it. Or you have to like. Expect her to like come forward and say, yes, he rate him. We know from like, Katy Perry's, lawyers, and what was said before that they she her, you know, her PR team her management team marketing, they do not want her to be involved in any aspect, even if she was if she was raped or not raped Rosa with the truth that is they do not want her involved with this whatsoever. So she's going to keep making sure that she can yourself why she said she doesn't she's mad at both of them. And also, it was the reason why he didn't work on witness from album because she said that if he worked on witness, it would look bad for me. Exactly. And she even says that she's annoyed at both Dr Lucan Kesse that she's not taking either side. She saying it's uncomfortable to have to say no about he raped me. But I don't want to take sides. And she even says something to the fact that only the two of them know what happened between them, and it's in extremely damaging situation on both sides. Yeah. And honestly with Katy Perry. Like again, like relatives she had happened to her not if there are exchanges between her and cash where. She's saying I did not happen. I'm not gonna say it happened to me. I'm not going to get involved in this. But she drags her in any way dragster, and obviously lawyers do their thing. And this is a lot more complicated than just cashews word. You know, it's she's going to be dried inch is going to be unhappy. She's she if she said it didn't happen to her. And she's being forced testify me dragged through the star situation. She's gonna be unhappy just since herself. And I gotta say, obviously, we know this. But Katy Perry denying it didn't happen. Does it mean it didn't happen? But an extremely complicates almost every aspect of this case, especially. Shop especially because the text messages to. So the next thing that they was that Dr Luke has still denied any of cash rape allegations. So in the deposition, it kind of hinges on an event on October in two thousand five when NICKY Hilton Paris Hilton's older sister turned twenty two there was a private party at her mansion where Kesse an Dr Luke were both in attendance. She said that it was after that party. They walked to a hotel where he gave her a bed to sleep in. Oh, so Dr Luke says that after this party he in cash were extremely drunk. They went to a hotel. He gave her a bed to sleep in east slept in a different room. They never touched cash alleges that it was at this party and subsequently after this party at the hotel where he raped her. I have to say this. I am not asserting anything about what happened at that party or afterwards. But. Remember that Dr Luke is significantly older than cash and in two thousand five cash show was either twenty or a teenager. And so the fact that a much older Magister under a hotel with her even if he wasn't in the room and said he was supposedly just they're taking care of her. It doesn't look great for Dr Luke could you? I was actually on the ages here. I'm very interested in it..
"katy perry" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"You're listening to start talk. Looking back to start off from the American Newseum natural history right here in New York City featuring my interview with global pop superstar. Katy Perry, and I ask Katie about her hit song called ET as in extraterrestrial, check it out. So tell me about aliens you. It was about ET was in metaphor was a little metaphor, but that's the thing is like I have an ant farm in there. How do you know we are not an an form equivalent of a species found humidity that found humans, entertaining, and said, let's make a place for them with a think they are free and they put him on earth free. That's why I was on call chain to the rhythm. You know, it's like you think you're free, but we're all chained to the rhythm to the rhythm drink this one's on me, but we're all chained to the rhythm. And so when I look at ants and I just think of an aunt, I just think I'm speck of of sand or I also like sometimes we're that speck of San that like accidentally gets in your mouth and it's like, I can feel that. Big completely there there. I don't like it at all, or I do like it or who knows? But that's why that's what the ant farm in their represents is just like, you know, sometimes we are chained to this idea and constructs and things that we think we should be or things at the world tells us to be like, how do we think I helps. Or can we even think for ourselves? So if one morning you woke up and the ants catapulted themselves out of the end for him, they thought for themselves. Celebrate that, or would you freak out the answer chief consciousness? They realized they were in a matrix and that their creators were humans. Who constructed this prison that they think is a universe unto itself. Could that be us? I'm just gonna impress control, delete on this whole. You guys have an in-form. I didn't sit here. Yeah, yeah, I haven't at farm. I carry it with me everywhere. There it is. They really do them and Grumman data's berry Jones. Tito Marlin and. Yeah, they're making a little pass for themselves and just just live in Levin life. So I thought only kids had informed, but apparently, Charles. Why do you think like this thing? Well, I know that some psychologists that when you're developing as a child, you like to see how other things behave so that you can model you own behavior after them. Oh, but as we grow older, of course, we don't behave like an so I suspect it's more the laws lines of curiosity and trying to see what will happen. It's almost like watching the TV show. You don't know the answer to watching a sporting event where you don't know who's gonna win, and just seeing what develops and that in self is a fascinating thing that allows us to sort of explore behavior. So what do you think of my hypothesis or the plausibility argument that I gave that we could be an form of an intelligent alien species and they establish earth own entertainment to watch us earth. Well, there are plenty of science fiction stories that suggest some similar things like this. Also twenty. How do you are you? Are you with that? Or the rationalist philosopher Rene, Descartes suggested that we would not be able to tell the difference whether or not we were in somebody's and farm or whether they current of cartesian coordinates. That's one, I think, therefore I am that one guy that guy. So when we're thinking about whether or not we are in some sort of other creation, the only thing that matters to us when we're in it is are the rules consistent, right? If I dropped something ten thousand times, will it always fall in the way I predicted or will on the ten thousand first time suddenly flies off into space that inconsistencies? The thing that will tip us off to suggest that there's something non natural going on. Otherwise, the matrix this, but the good. Twice. I get it. S. Katy Perry, what she would do if aliens ever visited us here on earth, maybe they are observing us, but maybe one day they just wanna come down, chill..
"katy perry" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Interview with pop superstar. Katy Perry, I was delighted to discover that she has deep curiosity from the idea that we all might just be ants living in an ant farm to her total crush on. Is it Newton? So let's do this. Kulu tonight might comedic co host is the one in only six years Mehta. Y'all might nowhere as the former cast member on SNL here. Just so you know, we don't bring on just any comedian to be my co-host a little bit street Greek decreed street. Geek geek crit. Yes. And I understand it. You are named after an alien crystal from one of the original episodes of Star Trek. Yeah. Whoa, parents attractive. It was a episode called by any other name, which is very at. Joining us is my friend and colleague, Charles Lou Charles. Astrophysicist, but that's not why we have on the show really. You're a fountain of knowledge. All things pop culture as well. As s tonight we're featuring my interview with pop star. Katy Perry, she's sold more than one hundred million albums worldwide. She's the number one followed person on Twitter with one hundred million followers. Okay. She's three triple platinum albums, and her latest release is an album called witness in two thousand seventeen. I recently was invited to drop by her pad, her digs in Los Angeles just to hang out and chat about the universe for star talk. Let's check it out. This is Katie. For inviting me to your space. My name, this is it. Lows barking because she wants to ten just like leather. Other are used to walk dogs when I was a kid and I use that money to buy my first telescope. Really? Yes, hey nugget, no parking, good girl. All right. Let's go outside. I am so love what you've done with the excited to talk to you. So thank you so much. Rush, it's called star, talk star talk..
"katy perry" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"katy perry" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Don't don't spend a second worrying about but here's where i want you to worry about won't you please take a moment godi tunes tell us we're doing a good job boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom growing up in an ultraconservative christian household then going on to become one of the biggest pop stars in the world one could easily imagine that katy perry would be a miserable emotional mass by talking to her i was very impressed with how well she has navigated extremes in her life whether being mobbed by adoring fans or having twitter trolls trying to take her down war managing the impressive feet of being very close to her minister parents despite having serious differences with them about politics and social issues coming up were talking about her early days starting out and she will not stop telling me how good looking i am that is not true but i going to pretend that happened uh when when you would just starting you said i want katy perry to be as much of a household name as madonna and it is now is that it yes sir i think it okay thanks i mean the fact that we even have to have the conversation means yes it is i mean that the christian it it it's why did you want that was it ultimately about this same thing about craving love and killing like that would give you that love i think that's the seat of it all i know that i have talent and i know they work really really hard i mean i think people can see some of that that's and is not always looking like this in this way and i apply myself every single day but.
"katy perry" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Juggling 7000 balls under a microscope you're gonna you're bound to like lose a couple of them along the way sometimes i misinformed and sometimes i just put my foot my mouth or sometimes bad judgment or ego takes over but i'm glad i never make mistakes y you know what my selling does but i think that it's actually a really good example of being able to fall and get back up again so then it seems like it would be very comfortable to be that person who finds this thing that the an and i'm just going to loosely described this as the kind of katy perry sound and the katy perry persona in the katy perry person and yet it seems like as evidenced by what your statements about this record that you're that you're trying to evolve in political ways in personal ways in sexual ways not just based on like you know media or marketing or what have you like real personal ways and i think so did something spur that was there a moment or was it just was a series of moments that was a domino effect i think honestly we did like this domino's trek and i was like oh that feels like a lot like my life like one big domino after another but i do think and i want to go back to you know i do think and i'm not saying oh poor us or anything but i think women in general you know they have this ideas like perfection and pop stars and like we can't go out there without makeup and everything has to be luxurious or glamorous are perfect and i i really wanted to try and my own way to kinda break.
"katy perry" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"Amazing i michael in black a lot of what i talk about on this show is creative struggle and the journey towards creative expression and most people most people i say are able to have that struggle in a personal way and in an anonymous wake how is that journey different when you are one of the most famous people in the world how do you navigate the desire to explore different parts of yourself with demands placed upon you and the demands placed upon yourself to maintain your position in the culture you may have just heard my guests dog barking in the background and there she is again he or she she she guest sake can perhaps shed some light on the subject of living creative life in public rolling stone called katy perry whenever generations indisputable indisputable indisputable hit you address beautiful color calder my guest one of our generations beautiful hit makers in the last ten years she's had nine number one hits so millions of albums a billions of video views and is the most follow person on twitter she's described her new album witness as a declaration of political sexual impersonal liberation and i'm very happy to welcome katy perry to how to be amazing hello how michael thank you so much for having me what an interro well i could never just farrightists i just don't even know fica quitnow well it was apps though i didn't say anything that wasn't true that's absolutely true i thank you so much you're welcome and thank you for being a part of the show now let me start with the where we are were broadcast as someone heard some dogs right well yes maybe i was at my home you might imagine it and then unbeknownst to the listeners katy perry was shushing other voices are occurring hours is politely saying can you keep it down so we can have your polite i did me to imply that you were anything but polish were recording this in what is called the confessional and the confessional is a bill to room within a built katy perry.
"katy perry" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
"Pop cast is supported in part by hellofresh the meal kit delivery service dedicated to making cooking fun easy and convenient and delivered right to your door for thirty dollars off your first week of deliveries visit hellofresh dot com and enter promo code nyt pop when you subscribe swedish fish fish defects fogcast your 96 our lives saved conflict your failures of stronger uk missed the fed is in the she stick kuhn roy gay used to love swedish fish fish switch swish no it's not cottage katy perry giddy perry's back here with your own the human eyes on the ends single from hurt you album witness which was released last week katy perry for those know is america's greatest we will upstart yeah no that's not true but katy perry super famous and i am joined today not just talk about katie but also talk about new elm from lord bless elm from halls e what exactly is happening in sort of post gleam female pop i am joined today by new york times pattni's gather karen ganz hi john new york times by mute reporter joke oscar bone apetite as i represent has matter why do i have been a run that past standards and to my right a cardboard cutout of taylor swift will be here to discuss her spotify release lead i like really is is not a metaphor has no no no no no everything yours truly there are no metaphors on baath gas startled by the presence of a giant cardboard taylor swift taylor will chair here taylor will get you stop talking to you i promise okay so let's talk a little bit about witness as an album first and then karen we're gonna hopefully dive deep into your time with katy perry witnesses not as bad as i thought it would be.
"katy perry" Discussed on Channel 33
"It's hard to fault someone for wanting to do something on their own yeah um i don't think it's working out for her and it's frustrating because this is the thing i really liked katy perry in two thousand intent and it's important to say that the world was very different in two thousand and ten yeah and i think i you know this situation i how we receive pop music is certainly contextual railways and it was like a great time to be making really dumb occasionally offensive but not real you know but very kenny coloured pure pop music and she did a very smart thing which was she was just like i'm going to buy the best pop pop songs yeah and she had really good taste and presented them really well and they liked teenage dream i like i write for firework it's it's galle corny but come on just a protest never do firework a kariuki katy perry should not have done firework carpal carioca i'm just gonna put that a hard hit those hina yeah um i i i think that um she was like a perfect fusion she embody of her acution of like the pop industry and like the true geniuses of writing pop music and like dr liu is wrong him is obviously extremely guttering prop songs like a how he excels hurry um and choose forget packaging them yes adding that i i think the biggest change in this is what i think leaves and talk when our press or as she used to be unapologetic and now she's like incredibly apologetic and one of the things that was still appealing was her about her she was just like this issue i am i'm a perfect pop star get on board or turn turned the radio off and now she's a lot more introspective and sort of like she seems almost like nervous about her own positioning and the pop landscape and in and.
"katy perry" Discussed on Channel 33
"It's all katy perry it's katy perry is you to world word is watching it for it to juliet i have i have a lot of things i wanted this gotta for anyone who is not i'm ben following pop music or on the world recent you know cultural events recently katy perry release album last week she did on friday called witness and she has been promoting that album of wrestling massively for several weeks now in a variety of ways that culminated with a ninety six our livestream yes where you could just what i mean you could watch katy perry eat work out sleep she also had a lot of guests a lot although i am i have a thought about the guests yet which she didn't go for like top shelf famous people but she went for you to famous yes says she had james gordon yes she had pentatonic says a i can't even talk about that but we will uh it was interesting was like this is a very calculated presser very cut calculated publicity campaign rate so i wanna talk about katy perry a to is i want to talk about katy perry as a pops are as an artist and talk about the album and then we will talk about this pressed or katy perry is this okay okay i i here's my algarvia area i like it while seles salacious a jam i every time i click on one of the livestream like break out videos a little bit of witness plays and i'm into it sure um there's a slow song that i heard yesterday that is really slows again this is pleasant it's now it's obviously not ever gonna come to the highs of teenage dream no a or even like some i from uh walking on air on presumes a probably will top three katy perry song railway but i i like this album it gets me bopping in my chair juliette as always a visionary at a lower in the pop music pinon space not even unique it's it's not a disaster now not um signed a doctor luke record it's not art pop if you will which i thought robber villa in our piece about yesterday katy perry taylor swift feud which will also come back to you mean an app comparison it i think careerwise this will end up being.