Have you seen John Mayer and Katy Perry’s new video for “Who We Love”? It’s mostly couples – including the famous twosome – riding mechanical bulls. Yes, you read that right.Mayer and Perry debuted the video on “Good Morning America” and explained the cute concept of asking real couples to take the bull for a spin.
Earlier this week, pop star Katy Perry told an Australian radio station that Mick Jagger made a pass at her when she was a teen, but the Rolling Stones frontman is denying, denying, denying.
When Perry was asked if she did backing vocals for Jagger's "Old Habits Die Hard," the "Prism" singer revealed, “I actually went to dinner with him one time, and he hit on me one time when I was like 18 or 19."
Singing superstar Katy Perry isn’t opposed to a little well-placed nudity here and there, but she thinks her pop rivals are going overboard in the naked department.told NPR host Scott Simon in a recent interview. "I mean, I've been naked before, but I don't feel like I have to always get naked to be noticed.”
This video will make your day! It’s Katy Perry and Robert Pattinson singing Boyz II Men’s “I’ll Make Love to You” at a karaoke bar, and it is hilarious.
The footage just surfaced this week, but it was shot back in 2008. The stars were reportedly celebrating a friend’s birthday party at Dimples in Burbank when they decided to serenade the crowd.
“Extra’s” Mario Lopez had an exclusive sit-down with superstar Katy Perry after hosting her “Prism” album release party at the new iHeartRadio Theater.
Perry told Mario that “Prism” chronicles her life. “When I started the record in November 2012, I was kind of in a darker place and had a little bit of my self-confidence shattered, so I was trying to build it back up. I wrote this song, ‘By the Grace of God,’ which was about me having a lot of negative thoughts in my mind, then you hear me find my strength throughout the message of that song and I come out in the end all right.”
Bruce Willis hosted "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, and had no trouble poking fun at himself throughout the show, starting with his opening monologue. "If you told me back in 1989 that there would have been six "Die Hard" films, I would have said that seems a little too many."
Willis then led a group of roughnecks to outer space in a hilarious "Armageddon" parody.
Katy Perry recently opened up to Billboard about the time Barbara Walters scolded her for being late to a “10 Most Fascinating People of 2011” interview. Even though Perry thought it was the “coolest thing,” Walters took a moment to apologize on “The View.”
Singer Katy Perry recalls a time when Barbara Walters scolded her for being late to an interview.
In the latest issue of Billboard, the "Roar" singer, 28, looks back on the encounter, which happened to coincide with the demise of Perry's marriage to Russell Brand.