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The talk show host and her partner Portia de Rossi ran into Katy inside the Staples Center, and Ellen wasn’t bashful about gawking at her cleavage.
Unfortunately, Perry’s heaving bust line wasn’t enough to help her win the Best Pop Solo Performance- Adele ended up with the trophy.
The 27-year-old “Firework” singer brought her unique look to the Francesco Carrozini shot spread lining the pages while talking about her movie, her tastes and her style.
Highlights from Miss Perry’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Vogue Italia!
On showing her behind-the-scenes self in “Katy Perry: Part of Me”:
“I am not afraid to show the real me, the de-glamorized version, because I am not always the Katy Perry who is a bit cartoon-like that everyone relates to. That’s me on stage. But I like to show the entire spectrum of my personality. There are so many different Katy Perrys enclosed within one body, unfortunately.”
On her tastes being “eclectic”:
“I like small boutiques, handmade garments, ornamental details. It all depends on how I am when I wake up. But, by and large, I like anything that is fun. One of my favorite American designers is Jeremy Scott: I adore him because he doesn’t play along, and I do the same.”
On where she gets her look:
“I say this even if I may sound egocentric: they are my ideas. But, obviously, I am helped by a stylist, my fired Wujek.”
Getting into the patriotic vibe, Katy Perry hit up the SHOREbar in Santa Monica for some Independence Day action last night (July 4).
The “Hot N Cold” songstress looked a bit worn out as she made her exit from the establishment, where she’d been hanging out with fellow celebrities like Lindsay Lohan.
Katy was also featured as a performer on the “Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular” that aired last night on NBC.
Of her song “Firework,” Perry explained, “‘Firework’ the song, is inspired by literal fireworks. They always make you excited and they’re glittering and sparkling and that’s the kind of person I want to be.”
As for her new 3D film “Katy Perry: Part of Me,” Katy’s directors Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz told press they never doubted the importance of leaving her high-profile divorce from Russell Brand in the movie.
Dan began, “There was never really any discussion of taking out the scenes that are a bit more emotional, maybe a bit more difficult, a bit harder to watch sometimes. I think it was important to Katy. People knew what she went through was not easy for her, and to make it look like it was would have been untruthful, and that’s not her way. So there was really no discussion about not including it.”
“This movie captures an amazing moment in time. When she started out on the tour, she probably didn’t think it was going to be what it was going to be. The year was filled with five #1 singles, the highest point of her career, and an emotional heartbreak, so I think the two of those together make for an incredible film,” added Lipsitz.
Offering up a first look at her first foray into film, Katy Perry has released the trailer for her 3D movie titled “Katy Perry: Part of Me”.
The documentary style cinema offering is modeled after Justin Bieber’s “Never Say Never,” as the material is comprised of video footage collected during the “Firework” tour, along with photos and family clips from before her rise to stardom.
Revealing that her singing days first started in the church choir, Katy tells in the trailer, “The atmosphere I grew up in was 100 percent church. I started singing and I never really had another plan.”
With the full “Part Of Me” 3D film set to hit theaters on Fourth of July weekend, Miss Perry adds, “If you’ve got a dream, you have to go on a journey to fulfill that dream.”
Scrubs‘ John C. McGinley’s technique of belittling his subordinates with ladynames will likely soon prove ineffective as he begins commanding around someone who already goes by a female moniker whenever they’re able. The actor is now in talks to join Summit’s Alex Cross reboot as chief of police–a role that will place him opposite our new Cross, Tyler Perry. Given McGinley’s superior ranking and knack for shouting, expect some tension between those two. But probably nothing a little grandmotherly sass can’t mend over some grits, right, Madea? Hallelujer.