Here’s the first look at Katy’s new fragrance “Mad Potion”. Will be available as 15 and 30 ml EDP, along with Deo Natural Spray of 75 ml, shower gel and body lotion.
Other Projects > Perfume > Mad Potion by Katy Perry (2015)
Top notes: Vanilla Orchid, peony, Apple musk
Heart: Bourbon vanilla, jasmine, fluffy musk
Base: Vanilla, Amber, Sexy Musk
Out in Fall 2015.
Credits to @kpdaily for the find!
Katy Perry will headline Starkey Hearing Foundation’s annual So The World May Hear Awards Gala, according to an announcement posted to Twitter.
— Starkey Foundation (@starkeycares) 26 maio 2015
The gala reported more than $8.7 million in gross revenue last year, making it the state’s largest fundraising event, according to Business Journal research. This year’s gala is scheduled for July 26 at St. Paul’s RiverCentre. More details are here.
After months of rumors surrounding their on-again off-again romance, Katy Perry and John Mayer were spotted together — at Disneyland! Yes, the couple brought a number of their friends to the Anaheim theme park over the weekend (hey, Grammy winners can appreciate the Happiest Place on Earth too. Apparently Mayer and Perry stayed til close, taking in all the must-visit rides including Space Mountain (though John elected to stay on solid ground).
Candids > Out & About in 2015 > 05. 24 – Katy Perry and John Mayer at Disneyland!
Nothing says romance like visiting the Happiest Place on Earth! Katy Perry and John Mayer turned heads during their visit to Disneyland over Memorial Day Weekend and rightfully so! A source tells E! News that the two Grammy winners are most definitely back on and their recent outing was proof positive that they’re happily coupled up. The on-again couple was spotted riding some of the theme park’s most famous rides throughout their trip and even stopped by ultra-exclusive eatery Club 33 for a bite to eat at night. The singers weren’t alone during their Disneyland outing, however, and brought along some of their closest pals to join in on the weekend festivities.
Mayer opted out of Space Mountain—roller coasters aren’t for everyone, ya know—but Perry had her gal pals by her side during the ride. According to onlookers, the group enjoyed hanging out in the park so much that they didn’t leave until closing time—around midnight! Of course, this isn’t the first time that Mayer and Perry have been spotted together, just the first time that we’ve seen photographic proof! The pair hit up L.A. hot spot Ysabel in early April with another couple and were acting very cozy with one another throughout the romantic meal.
And while it’s hard to keep up with their status (after all, they’ve been on and off for over a year), Perry has been nothing short of forthcoming about how she’s approaching relationships these days. “What I’ve learned is that if you don’t have the foundation of self-love first, you really have nowhere to pull love from to give it away,” the pop star recently told Harper’s Bazaar. “I had to learn about taking care of myself before I could take care of others. I want to mommy everyone. I want to take care of them. I want to save them, and I forget myself in the meantime. I learned that through therapy.” (Sources: E! / Billboard )
Hello KattyCats , I could update (finally) the part of the events where Katy appeared in 2015 with many images in HQ. Have fun browsing the new photos in our gallery!
Public Appearances > 2015 > January 22 – The Daily Front Rows 1st Annual Fashion in LA
Public Appearances > 2015 > January 29 – Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show Press Conference in Phoenix
Public Appearances > 2015 > February 8 – The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards – Red Carpet
Public Appearances > 2015 > March 7 – Jean-Roch and Jeremy Scott VIP Party
Public Appearances > 2015 > March 8 – Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Givenchy Show
Public Appearances > 2015 > March 8 – Katy Perry The Prismatic World Tour World Premiere
Public Appearances > 2015 > March 28 – ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ on Broadway
Public Appearances > 2015 > April 10 – Nylon Midnight Garden Party
Public Appearances > 2015 > April 10 – MAC Cosmetics X Mia Moretti Coachella Privaty Poll Party
Public Appearances > 2015 > April 11 – Soho Desert House in LA Quinta
Public Appearances > 2015 > April 11 – Watching FKA Twigs performance at the Empire Polo Club in Indio
Public Appearances > 2015 > April 11 – Moet Ice Imperial At Moschino’s late night hosted by Jeremy Scott
Public Appearances > 2015 > April 11 – At the McDonald’s and Chevrolet pool party at Bootsy Bellows State
Public Appearances > 2015 > April 12 – Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Day 3 in Indio, CA
Public Appearances > 2015 > May 4 – Costume Institute Benefit Gala in NYC
Public Appearances > 2015 > May 12 – Forbes Under 30 Summit Event in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
VOGUE – At a music industry conference this week in Singapore, Katy Perry’s manager, Steven Jensen, reportedly said that Perry “plans to release her next album by 2016.” This is surprising news, considering that Perry has been touring internationally for the past year and will not be finished until October.
But a new album means a new era and for Perry that seems pretty pivotal at this moment. She’s said in interviews that she’s wanted to reinvent herself and has even gone so far as to say that she’d love to do an album that’s 100 percent acoustic. While that’s a noble pursuit worthy of consideration, here are five things we’d love to see from a new Katy Perry album.
Perry united with country star Kacey Musgraves in June of 2014 for a concert in which they performed each other’s songs for CMT—and the show was outstanding. KP should go full country for her next album. Perry’s campy edge and slight rasp pairs very well with the genre, especially Musgraves’s specific brand of relatable hits. Plus, it’s conventional knowledge that country fans are some of the last remaining consumers who love buying albums. It would be a sure-fire hit.
Work with Dev Hynes
Perry’s 2013 album Prism was a bit all over the place and about three tracks too long. She needs a fresh executive producer who can really shape her sound. That person should be Dev Hynes. He recently helped “Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepsen show a different side of herself with “All That,” which he cowrote, and also helped craft Sky Ferreira’s moody 2013 hit “Everything Is Embarrassing.” He’s the guy who can help steer Katy down a straight path.
Ignore Taylor Swift’s Disses . . .
Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood,” allegedly about her beef with Katy Perry, is already setting records less than a week after the release of the song’s video. It’s sure to be a big hit this summer. The worst thing for Katy to do would be to fire back with a coded song of her own about Taylor. Any chance that it might be a hit is heavily outweighed by the potential embarrassment of a comeback statement falling flat. It’s better to take the high road on this one.
. . . But Don’t Ignore Her Advice
In an op-ed on the state of the music industry for The Wall Street Journal in 2014, Taylor Swift wrote that musicians in this age will have to constantly “surprise” their fans if they want to stay relevant. “I believe couples can stay in love for decades if they just continue to surprise each other, so why can’t this love affair exist between an artist and their fans?” she wrote. This is advice that Katy Perry, who has always embraced a pretty conventional release cycle, should take to heart.
The site Daily Telegraphy posted a new interview where she talks about Katy moving on after her broken marriage , her moral compass intact and living free of fear
WHENEVER I have met Katy Perry, I am struck by how tiny and fragile she seems. Her eyes are always so large and emotive.
She gives the impression of being sad yet she is a powerhouse at marketing her own tragedy and drama. She has nearly 70 million Twitter followers — a Katy Perry nation largely made up of teenage girls barely half her age — 29 years old.
Yet those young women struggling with so many issues relating to self-worth and validation are able to identify with Perry and her increasingly confident persona. Make no mistake about it, though — Katy Perry is a rebel. Her parents were born-again Christian evangelical preachers and her tween years were a non-stop Jesus camp where even The Smurfs were forbidden TV fare. Her early musical tastes fell into the realm of gospel and Christian rock.
Who could have predicted that Katy would emerge as one of the top-selling pop artists of her time. No one has had five consecutive No.1s from the same album since Michael Jackson did it with Thriller. Perry is in the midst of a non-stop, year-long world tour. Her fans love her powerful stage presence and she feels a responsibility to stay connected to her millions of followers in countries ranging from the UK to Germany to Japan and Australia.
She seems as vulnerable as she is fierce.
“I like putting all the things, all the lessons I have learned, and all the things I’m inspired by into songs.”