Katy Perry’s weekend was what dreams are made of, as she shared the stage with The Rolling Stones during their show Saturday night in Las Vegas. While Perry was overly excited about her duet on “Beast of Burden” and took to Twitter to share the news and some photos, the music world was less than pleased.
From Miley Cyrus to Beyonce, who was the punkest of them all at the Met ball?
Katy Perry has been hard at work on her third album. The still-untitled release, which does not yet have a date attached to it, will serve as the follow-up to 2010′s Teenage Dream, which spawned five No. 1 singles in a chart feat rivaled only by Michael Jackson’s Bad.
When Adele took the stage to accept her GRAMMY for Best Pop Solo Performance earlier this year, she was almost upstaged by an overzealous fan. Now that stage-crasher is facing possible jail time.
Since the 2012 MTV VMAs, Katy Perry and her stylist Johnny Wujeck have been cultivating a new, more sophisticated red carpet silhouette for the bombshell: the column gown.
Whether she’s sad or not over her alleged split with John Mayer; Katy was all smiles and fun on Saturday night! She even showed Fergie and her baby bump some love!
Selena Gomez knows she’s not the easiest person to date. The singer/actress opened up about past relationships in the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar, all while eating fried pickles at Hooters.
Quincy Jones is making learning the piano easy with a new app. The legendary producer told Billboard that a new application he co-created called Playground Sessions will help teach music education to children and adults of all ages.
Everyone who has read Russell Brand’s My Booky Wook autobiographies knows that he holds nothing back: addiction, love, mishaps, public embarrassment, jokes — they’re all there in painstaking detail.
They say three makes a trend. And while Katy Perry, in a sea foam green Gucci 2013 resort wear gown, may have kicked keyhole dresses into a whole new sphere of consciousness on the red carpet at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards growing celebrity and designer embrace of the style doesn’t stop there.