When pop star Katy Perry joined the grass-roots #TwitterBlackout effort on the microblogging platform Wednesday, the movement truly began to gain traction.
You could probably use a little levity after last night debate's, so here's some political comedy from Katy Perry, who suggests that you vote in November no matter how you look or what you're wearing (or not wearing).
H&M has hired the perfect celebrity endorser for its over-the-top, candy-coated holiday spectacular: Katy Perry. The pop star and walking acid flashback anchors a new two-minute commercial for the clothing chain, grinning and prancing through every imaginable Christmas trope while her new single, "Every Day Is a Holiday," plays in the background.
It was sometime in the mid 1960s, possibly the Marquee Club, or maybe it was the Railway Hotel, but one thing is certain: By the time The Who's guitarist Pete Townshend left the stage that night, the youth counterculture would have two new things to get excited about.
There are few front row seats during fashion shows, but Elle—with the aid of virtual reality—wants to extend the opportunity to see the shows up close.
When Katy Perry performs at Sunday's Super Bowl halftime show, her nearly 64 million Twitter followers will keep social chatter soaring.
Emma Quigley, who joined PepsiCo last October as its first North American head of music, is a heavy hitter in music, having sp
Anyone who has purchased concert or sports tickets knows the ongoing struggle against hidden fees. Ticket resale company StubHub decided to play on those frustrations in its latest online Web series, which pranks customers into thinking they have to pay extra for their experience.
According to multiple sources, the National Football League has chosen Katy Perry to perform at the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show on February 1, 2015.
The good and the bad were on full display in last night’s tweets for MTV’s Video Music Awards. Nicki Minaj's wardrobe malfunction and praise for Beyonce as the queen of the show topped Twitter posts, while, according to Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus has been recast as a Mother Theresa-styled celebrity for her work with the homeless.