Katy Perry is covering the May issue of the prestigious Vogue magazine and we
have to say she looks almost unrecognizable in the shoot.
During the cover interview, the Chained to the Rhythm singer opened up about
her personal relationships and recent news regarding her career.
Perry opened about her feelings on Valentine’s Day (considering the interview
was done back on February 14 th ), and told that she’s not very fond of it.
According to her, V Day is filled with pressure and she doesn’t celebrate since
her 20s. “It’s not easy loving me,” she tells Vogue’s Hamish Bowels.
Talking about being 32, Perry told that it’s a “nice place to be”. She loves and
wouldn’t give anything to go back to her 20s. "I’ve learned a lot of lessons —
patience, the art of saying no, that everything doesn’t have to end in marriage,”
the Pop singer told.
A few weeks ago she ended her relationship with actor Orlando Bloom, but they
have both told in several interviews that they’re still friends, so maybe that’s
what Katy means when she says not everything has to end in marriage.
Talking about her career, the Rise singer stopped and talked about her 2010
album Teenage Dream, which made her one of the biggest successful artists in
“I had so much ambition and determination, and that’s what kept me going,”
Perry recalls. “The rocket was riding me for a bit, but now I am riding the