The internet rumors are saying that Katy Perry will be the performer at the next Superbowl! Which is kind of a bummer because I was still hoping it would be Weird Al. I am happy though that Katy Perry is the female artist they chose out of the current options, plus she is much better looking than Weird Al.
"I knew that!"
The idea behind this Katy Perry-centric skit on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' sure sounds cute -- our host brought together both the pop star and one of her biggest fans for a round of "Who Knows Katy?," a chirpy game show about Perry trivia -- but the execution of it was mildly terrifying.
Katy Perry has thrown her hat in multiple rings -- her new single, "Roar," is off the charts, she appeared on 'SNL' a couple times (as both host and musical guest), she voiced Smurfette in 'The Smurfs' movies, and she's been vocal about wanting a role in the proposed 'Blade Runner 2.' Now, with 'Beetlejuice 2' under discussions, she already has her eye on a role.
Bruce Willis has made plenty of headlines in recent months with his apparent disinterest in the spotlight, but will he be up to the task of hosting 'SNL' for the first time since 1989? The 'Die Hard' star will step up to the stage for this Saturday's follow-up to last week's Miley Cyrus outing, and the first previews at least bring us "The Return of Bruno." Ah, '80s humor.
Just when you thought 'SNL' couldn't have put that Lindsay Lohan rumor to bed any harder, the first three episodes of the 2013-14 season will blow the lid off '30 Rock' altogether. Alumni Tina Fey will host the September 28 'SNL' premiere, with the weeks that follow to include the likes of twerqueen Miley Cyrus, Bruce Willis, and even a returning Katy Perry!
While serial dater John Mayer and serial candy dress wearer Katy Perry haven't even officially confirmed their romance after several months of dating, public outings and photo opps, details of Mayer's customized Christmas present for the pop diva have been unveiled.
If you love dance parties, but just don't have it in you to physically move for more than 10 minutes without experiencing chest pain, here you go! This pop "danthology" squeezes 55 songs that got stuck in your head at the grocery store this year into eight minutes.
If you're going to include something called Webisode Wednesday on your site, you might as well have a little fun with it -- and that's just what Lady Antebellum have done with the latest installment of their series, offering fans their take on Katy Perry's hit 'Teenage Dream.'
In the clip, embedded below, the band starts off in a dressing room, tackling the song with nothing more than their voices