Here’s the thing about becoming famous: Someone will always, always find evidence of the pre-famous you, be it on video or in pictures, and it normally includes poorly cut hair.
This has happened to “Dinner for Schmucks'” Paul Rudd as well as Tina Fey, both of whom were caught on camera in all of their “before we became famous” glory.
Rudd, for example, was working as a bat mitzvah DJ three years before 1995's "Clueless," and the video is like a little ode to 1992, complete with what appear to be Laura Ashley dresses.
Katy Perry recently criticized Lady Gaga for the religious imagery in her controversial “Alejandro” video, and in the new issue of Rolling Stone, she hasn’t changed her tune.
The 25-year-old “California Gurls” singer, whose parents are ministers, launched what seemed like an attack on Gaga in June. Perry tweeted that the “Alejandro” video - in which Gaga, 24, appears dressed as a nun and swallows a rosary - was both blasphemous and “cheap as a comedian telling a fart joke.”
And Perry, who is engaged to equally outrageous British comic Russell Brand, 35, isn’t apologizing for her Twitcism.
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