Uh, no offense to Katy, but if she thinks that she doesn’t have any regrets, then she might want to rethink things. I can think of five things off the top of my head that I would regret if I were Katy Perry, and that only includes things like burgundy lipstick and stupid dresses. If we were to get into the serious stuff, then I don’t even know how many regrettable things we would find.
But it doesn’t matter, because I’m not Katy Perry. Katy Perry is Katy Perry, and in this interview, boy, is she ever:
On tears and fake eyelashes: “There were times when what was going on in my personal life was so overwhelming that I had to bend over to let those tears fall straight out of my eyes and not my false lashes just as I’m about to go up on that ramp and sing ‘Teenage Dream.’”
On religion: “I’m no poster child for Christianity.”
On honesty: “Like how I write my songs, honesty has always worked for me,” she says. “So if it ain’t broke, why f-cking fix it?”
On her divorce: “I still believe in love and marriage. I’ve just learned lessons along the way. I regret nothing.”
She identifies with Kim Kardashian: Perry adds that, like Kim Kardashian’s ill-fated 72-day marriage to NBA up-and-comer Kris Humphries, “Nobody knows what really happened except the two people who are in it.”
She also said that she’s going to start her own record label, which sounds just wonderful. Since we don’t hear nearly enough Katy Perry songs on the radio, it’s really exciting to know that we could also start hearing songs discovered and approved of by Katy Perry on the radio. Can’t wait!
Also, how long until Kim Kardashian starts trying to make best friends with Katy? Will it air on this season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, do you think?