Katy Perry is a tease

Katy Perry is in the December issue of Harper’s Bazaar where she talks about being Mrs. Brand, God and being a cocktease. The lord approves.

On her husband, Russell Brand and his spiritual quest: “I always knew I wanted a great man of God, someone who was going to be an inspiration for people and also be a lovely husband and father,” she says. “We’re at different places in our lives, but we can still grow together. He’s thought-provoking, articulate, a real advocate. I also definitely wanted to have a laugh. I have all that in him.”

I like how this great man of God has probably nailed 500 women. What an inspiration. I’m not being sarcastic either.

She is part of a new wave of pop stars—among them, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and Fergie— but her fellow quick-change artists are more sisters than competitors: “We’re all unique. That’s why we all win and we all can exist. People don’t want just vanilla. They want 31 flavors. I couldn’t do what Rihanna does. I couldn’t do what Gaga does. They can’t do what I do.”

Katy is right. No one else can do what she does. Unless they’re pretty, skinny, have DD’s and the backing of a major label. There are probably only three women in the world able to pull that off.

On her image: “I’m kind of a good girl—and I’m not,” she says. “I’m a good girl because I really believe in love, integrity, and respect. I’m a bad girl because I like to tease. I know that I have sex appeal in my deck of cards. But I like to get people think­ing. That’s what the stories in my music do.”

Yawn. What? I dozed off for a second there. Tits or GTFO, please.

On wanting a breast reduction at age 13: “I had really bad back problems and was a little bit thicker. Then I grew up and lost the baby fat and said, ‘Hey, this isn’t all that bad.'”

Praise Jesus!

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