Skip to comments.Katy Perry: I prayed for a big chest, won Wisconsin for Obama
Posted on 01/21/2014 7:33:06 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
Praying for a big chest, believing in aliens and winning Wisconsin for Obamawhere do we begin? Katy Perry really opened up to GQ, giving the magazine plenty of interesting and, OK, super strange tidbits about her life.
Perry dished about her signature sexy bod, saying that her prayers were answered at the age of 11.
"I lay on my back one night and looked down at my feet, and I prayed to God. I said, God, will you please let me have boobs so big that I can't see my feet when I'm lying down? God answered my prayers. I had no clue they would fall into my armpits eventually."
If that little anecdote wasn't enough, the Roar singer also discussed her thoughts on extraterrestrials, musing that maybe she should share her opinion on aliens with President Obama.
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She is possessed and owned by darkness.
Still in rebellion against her Pentecostal parents, I see. (Her dad is Keith Hudson of Keith Hudson Ministries.)
King Solomon: “Give your servant therefore an understanding mind to govern your people, that I may discern between good and evil, for who is able to govern this your great people?”
Katy Perry: “God, will you please let me have boobs so big that I can’t see my feet when I’m lying down?”
I thank you, sir!
All I need to know about her is who she married.
This is so sad. my students love her music and want to perform her songs. I am afraid that her personality is reflected in her choice of music.
The problem is, her stuff is so “manufactured” that a simple piano or guitar accompaniment exposes the songs for their abject vapidity and soullessness. It’s karaoke or nothing for those pathetic attempts at songwriting.
I work very hard to educate little girls on singing REAL music (albeit pop, classical, rock, and Broadway), but they keep gravitating towards this inane stuff because they are immersed in it on their smartphones and tablets all day long.
Her pastor father, should be so proud. Not.
POST OF THEY DAY!.................and it’s only 9:46!.................
Well she got her wish — and the result was one really big boob.
You need to teach them the difference between ‘music’ and ‘art’.....................
Would anybody know who she is if she was only a B-Cup?
I try, but it is like shoveling a tsunami.
He’s a bit of a goof himself!
Doesn’t look like her. Seriesly!
Those are hysterical!
I will share them with my girls. I am sure they will be impressed with KP’s musical prowess!
entertainers...............what DON’T they know.
So hot and SO dumb.
Yes, Katy Perry has a wonderful body...and that is the only fact in this whole article
Wonder how this hottie will feel after Obama taxes the Hades out of her multi million dollar fortune. Call me Katy
Scary is that those kids are also listening to dreck that makes Ms Perry sound like Sarah Bernhardt, no kidding
I really didn't realize this was not satire.
They got the idea of the importance of a visionary composer, arranger, and director to produce, with them, a soul-satisfying work of performing art.
Representing what I hear over the airwaves today as "music" is so devoid of creative genius that I only use it as a signal so alarming that I must rouse out of a deep sleep to shut off the raucous noise.
Sadly, still near the top of my “dead by 30” pool.
Of course, “Pop” music has always had its “dreck”.
For every Mozart (or Sousa, or Joplin, or Gershwin,or even the Stones), there were probably a thousand hacks that knew all the “mechanics’ of writing music and produced reams of it, to be played at parties and soirees, and them promptly forgotten.
Only the Great Music survives.
I have heard this name, but I honestly could not tell you who this blasphemer is.
But, of course, Faux News would want to discuss something so important.
That is an interesting way of going about it.
Kind of like Brother Guido inventing Solfeggio to help his choir remember the notes.
Another interesting thing to do would ALWAYS warm up your group to a note higher than any in any song you might sing. Then when you demonstrate the highest note in the song (perhaps an “F”) , remind them that they just finished singing a note a FOURTH above that one! It is a great way to inspire confidence on those high notes that SOUND high in context, but really aren’t.
Anyway, it works for me. :-)
The cock that crowed REALLY DID make the sun rise this morning. < /sarc >
Ask them if that music is “going to last for the ages”?
Not merely 20 years and “done”, but something people are going to turn to 50, 75, 100, 300 years from now.
Incidentally, the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan show 50 YEARS ago next week.
“I Wanna Hold Your Hand” is still one of my guitar students’ most requested songs.
Celebutards are just not normal
I have seen teenagers playing the same vile songs over and over and over
The scariest thing is that parents are buying “Kids Bop” CD’s with these vile songs on them
Yep. It’s Quite Nasty, and a form of brainwashing.
Well to be fair, how many of our own prayers are more like the latter than the former?
Another thing that isn't mentioned is the age she was at the time she prayed — my little sister was reprimanded for praying about a die-roll on a board-game (when she was about six, IIRC) and it struck me as a little bit hypocritical: if God cares enough to count the hairs on one's head, and [in the person of Jesus] said
let the little children come to me, why wouldn't He listen to what a little child considers important? (Or, another way to say it, if God is untrustworthy in the little things, why should you trust Him for the big things.)
Yeah; there's a lot of good music out there — but sometimes you have to look past what's shoved in your face.
pop dreck can be done well; take a look at this performance of the One Direction song What Makes You Beautiful or Adel's Rolling in the Deep.
I'd rather not... :p
What I meant was I have no desire to see “One Direction” or “Adel”
> What I meant was I have no desire to see One Direction or Adel
Nor do I; but I can admit when a cover is well-done.
He cares, but still does it His own way:
"The lot is cast into the lap; but the whole disposing thereof is of the LORD" (Prov. 16:33 AV).
I read the Jane Pauley interview in Time and she said, “celebrity can be a mental disorder”
celebrity is pretty much an assurance of mental illness these days
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