Katy Perry (October 25, 1984) is an American liberal pop singer. She is an open supporter of homosexual marriage. She also expressed her support for Barack Hussein Obama during the presidential elections of 2012 and ObamaCare, as well as Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election season.
Despite her liberalism, she had a Christian upbringing and she recorded a gospel album, her first commercial work. However, the album sold poorly (and wasn't very good either); thus, she became an apostate and promoted lesbianism with her single "I Kissed a Girl" and other liberal themes in other songs.
Her latest album, Witness, was deemed a flop critically and in sales. Some attribute this in part to the Hollywood feud with Taylor Swift, though critics noted a lack of depth in the album, and a lack of substance with lackluster pop song hooks.
Katy Perry has attempted to purchase a convent for her own enjoyment, over the objections of the nuns who lived there. The Catholic order trying to sell the property is supporting Perry, saying that the nuns have no authority to prohibit the sale. During a court hearing in litigation by which the nuns opposed the sale of the convent to Katy Perry, a nun (who was nearly 90) unexpectedly collapsed and died.
- 2008: "I Kissed a Girl"
- 2008: "Hot n Cold"
- 2009: "Thinking of You"
- 2009: "Waking Up in Vegas"
- 2010: "California Gurls"
- 2010: "Teenage Dream"
- 2010: "Firework"
- 2011: "E.T."
- 2011: "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)"
- 2011: "The One That Got Away"
- 2012: "Part of Me"
- 2012: "Wide Awake"
- 2017: "Swish Swish"
- https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2016/10/23/katy-perry-visits-unlv-dorms-urges-students-to-vote- clinton.html
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