Katy Perry, with her "eye of the tiger," has noticed a lot of naked pop stars lately.
As the 29-year-old told NPR in a recent interview, there's been so much nudity from female singers, she's become almost the "default" inspiration for young music fans.
Katy Perry's newest album, "Prism," is about growth in more ways than one.
The 28-year-old pop star is still skilled at churning out hits - "Prism's" first single, "Roar," being the latest to climb to No. 1 - but Perry herself is no longer ensconced in a "Teenage Dream."
In order to create "Prism," Katy Perry's upcoming October release, the pop star had to step out of the dark and into the light.
Perry has been frank about finding herself in a dour place following the unraveling of her marriage to British comedian Russell Brand, and for a while it sounded like "Prism" was going to be a somber reflection of that tumultuous period in her life.
When she first went into the studio to work on the record last November, she hadn't yet "let the light in," as the 28-year-old told Billboard magazine.
Hear that "Roar?"
That's the sound of Katy Perry's new single with that title blowing by Lady Gaga's new single "Applause."
The Little Monsters may want to step it up.
Billboard is reporting that Katy Perry's new single "Roar" is poised to outsell Lady Gaga's new one, "Applause."
Katy Perry and John Mayer have had a rocky relationship, but all seems to be swell on their new collaboration.
Perry, who released a new song of her own on Monday, joins Mayer on a mellow track called "Who You Love" from the singer songwriter's new album, "Paradise Valley."
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