Born in 1984 in Santa Barbara, California, and raised in a conservative household, Katy Perry initially attempted to break into the music business with a gospel album. Her image radically changed by the time of her 2008 smash single “I Kissed a Girl,” from One of the Boys, and she went on to top the charts with the follow-up albums Teenage Dream, Prism and Witness. Perry is also known for her performance during the 2015 Super Bowl halftime show, her marriage to comedian Russell Brand and her selection as a judge for American Idol.
In November 2007 release of the single “Ur So Gay,” which caught the attention of Madonna, Perry saw her career take off with her next effort, “I Kissed a Girl.” The song hit the top of the charts in the summer of 2008, propelling Perry’s album, One of the Boys, into the Billboard Top 10. A follow-up single, “Hot n Cold,” also charted highly. Along with earning a Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Grammy nomination, Perry became famous for her theatricality. On the Warped Tour, she performed “I Kissed a Girl” with a giant tube of lip balm, referencing a line in the song. Perry has also jumped into a larger-than-life cake and appeared in a number of wild outfits while onstage. Describing her style as “Lucille Ball meets Bob Mackie,” she told Esquire, “It’s about innuendo. I want everybody to get the joke, but I want them to think about it for a minute.”
|Height||Feet: 5′ 8″ || Centimeters: 173 CM|
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Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson was born on October 25, 1984, in Santa Barbara, California. With her over-the-top fashions, quirky stage props,and catchy songs, Katy Perry became a pop music sensation.
Fans might be surprised to learn that the singer who writes about sexual exploration in “I Kissed a Girl” grew up in a very conservative family. Both of her parents are pastors, and they refused to let her listen to any rock or popular music. “The only things I was allowed to listen to were the Sister Act 1 and 2 soundtracks,” Perry told Entertainment Weekly. She and her two siblings were also not permitted to watch such cable channels as MTV and VH1.