At least according to Katy Perry.
Pop star Katy Perry took a break from the European leg of her ‘Prismatic World Tour’ to visit Auschwitz on Wednesday, posting an emotional message on social media.
The Super Bowl Halftime Show has not been very Jewish in recent years. If you’re not a fan of Katy Perry, Nachum Segal has the answer: the ‘Kosher Halftime Show.’
You remember the bar mitzvah DJ. You know, the guy who makes jokes so lame even your dad wouldn’t crack them, whose hairstyle peaked somewhere around 1974, and whose appreciation of the musical stylings of the “Cha Cha Slide” routinely calls his sanity into question.
Olivia Wise, the Jewish teenager from Toronto whose cover of Katy Perry’s “Roar” became a viral hit, died of brain cancer on Monday. She was 16.
Comments made by the Rev. Keith Hudson, the father of pop star Katy Perry, during a sermon at an Ohio church were taken out of context, the church’s pastor said.
It seems that some Katy Perry fans have proven they can turn “Hot N Cold” at the mere posting of a tweet. While some were getting hot under the collar, others were now giving their once-favorite singer the cold shoulder.
Whether they’re Arab or Jewish, women in the Middle East will soon have one more thing in common: access to Cosmopolitan magazine.
She’s got the No. 1 album in the country — and, apparently, she can relate to the Bible’s Queen Esther.