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Everyone knows that an MTV red carpet is an excuse to let a little loose, take a few risks, and up the sartorial ante. And that’s why they’re so entertaining! But there’s a fine line between creative and flat out crazy — and last night things went a little haywire. When Gaga-in-Drag looks refreshingly normal, you know there’s a problem.
Highly anticipated fashion film of the summer* The Smurfs premiered last night in New York City, which is exciting and all, but mainly because it gave Katy Perry the perfect excuse to debut some newly minted strawberry-ish blonde locks, serious Smurf-themed nail art, and a sequin embellished Smurfette dress by The Blonds.
There’s nothing a popstar loves more than cramming as many costume changes as possible into a single concert. Katy Perry has just upped the ante on that by managing to squeeze no less than eight changes into one rendition of “Hot N Cold” — a feat she claims is an actual magic trick.
When we first saw Katy Perry’s June cover for Vanity Fair, we thought she looked gorgeous. A lot like Dita von Teese, but gorgeous nonetheless. Apparently we weren’t the only people to think that, and now some are accusing Perry, the magazine, and cover photographer Annie Liebovitz of ripping off a specific von Teese pose.
Coachella is all about music, obviously, but it’s also all about FASHION. The festival is a veritable celeb playground, crawling with actors and musicians and reality stars all in their weekend-in-the-desert best.
It’s no secret that Katy Perry‘s evangelical Christian preacher mother doesn’t like her daughter’s skimpy outfits and racy lyrics (or her foulmouthed husband, Russell Brand). But she dislikes them so intensely that now she’s writing a book about how intensely she dislikes them.
Lady Gaga may have “walked” the red carpet at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards in a Hussein Chalayan-designed egg, but the rest of the attendees came fully dressed and on display. And while the Grammys are normally known for being the most risk-friendly of award shows, most celebs played it safe-ish; after Gaga’s egg, Nicki Minaj held court in crazytown in a head-to-toe leopard print couture ensemble by Givenchy. Most important though, were the evening’s familiar faces: Nicole Kidman wore a strapless floral piece from Jean Paul Gaultier‘s Spring 2011 Couture show and Rihanna took a page out of model Andre Pejic’s book and walked the step and repeat in the same ivory fur gown he wore down the runway.
Roberta Myers must have felt a profound responsibility to right all the wrongs done to Katy Perry’s body on recent magazine covers (we’re talking to you, Rolling Stone, Maxim and Harper’s Bazaar), because the singer looks fantastic on the March cover of Elle magazine.
It turns out there was a little more manipulation involved in Katy Perry‘s cover of Rolling Stone than we initially thought. Back when her issue of the magazine came out last August, we only knew there was definitely something done to her hair and only assumed that the rest of her figure had been messed with. And now we had proof.
The September issues may be the most important of the year when it comes to magazine advertising pages, but March is a pretty close second, which is why March covers are such a big deal. The latest numbers show that Lady Gaga and Katy Perry made bank for their covers of Vogue and People Style Watch, respectively. But while numbers for most well-known fashion magazines look good, many women’s fitness books had lower sales this year than they did last year.
The People’s Choice Awards were last night and, while we have no idea who won what, we do know what went down on the red, er, blue carpet. Click through to see Natalie Portman’s adorable baby bump, Khloe Kardashian’s newly red ‘do, Katy Perry’s awesome ombre ensemble, and Ashley Tisdale’s no good, very bad tan.
Poor Katy Perry. The girl gets Photoshopped over and over (and kind of over) again. This time Maxim is to blame for her ridiculous appearance. Because we just don’t think her right leg is actually disconnected from the rest of her body
In case you don’t know, The Trevor Project is a really awesome nonprofit that runs a suicide prevention hotline for LGBT youth. They also provide all sorts of resources for parents and teachers. They have tons of support in Hollywood — Harry Potter himself made a huge donation to the organization last year. And last night celebrities turned out for the annual Trevor Live fundraiser in LA.
Katy Perry‘s December Harper’s Bazaar cover baffled us. Katy simply did not look like Katy. The special cover that Harper’s just released doesn’t look much like her either, but we definitely prefer the stylized limited edition cover to the wack Photoshopped version.
Last week we reported that Katy Perry‘s handlers asked for the singer’s breasts to be downsized on a poster for VH1‘s Diva’s Salute the Troops concert. Turns out, we were wrong. And for that we apologize.
We’re still not sold on how much of a thing the American Music Awards are, but they do provide us with great red carpet fodder. Last night’s ceremony saw the likes of Taylor Swift (with straight hair!), Rihanna, Willow and many more fashionable music-making ladies.
Katy Perry was just trying to do her part to support the troops when she signed on to perform in VH1′s annual “Divas Salute the Troops” concert. The concert, like all highly produced media events, requires a large number of still images, for which Perry gladly posed as a pinup girl. But when her publicists saw the images, they decided that her breasts looked too big and asked to have them retouched. You can only imagine how they react when they see her in person.
Though the show itself won’t be seen by the general public until November 30th, Victoria’s Secret held its annual fashion show extravaganza last night and the pictures today are worth a thousand words. Let’s take an annotated look, shall we?
Katy Perry is no stranger to sequins and glitter, and that’s a good thing — she’ll be wearing a lot of them at this year’s Victoria’s Secret fashion show.