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Oh, I'm sorry, did you think the feud between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift disappeared when Calvin Harris did? As much as you might've wanted it to (or not, I don't judge anyone's propensity for drama), the ceaseless tension between the two pop stars was recently cranked up a notch thanks to the "Chained to the Rhythm" singer's interview in Vogue's May issue. While Katy, along with other female celebrities like Beyoncé and Lena Dunham, vocally supported Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign, one famous face was notably absent from the political fray: Taylor Swift. Lena, a close friend of Taylor's, actually defended her pal's notorious silence at the time by saying "everyone has to do it their way." It's safe to say Katy doesn't agree with that sentiment, which Vogue's Hamish Bowles highlighted in their chat: "I don't think you have to shout it from the rooftops," she says »
- Quinn Keaney
There's a reason why Katy Perry no longer celebrates Valentine's Day.
"This is like National Donut Day to me; it’s like a made-up holiday,” the pop star tells Vogue's Hamish Bowles during their interview conducted on Feb. 14. “I think I broke up with Valentine’s Day in my 20s. It’s just so pressure-filled."
Perry adds, "It’s not easy loving me."
The "Chained to the Rhythm" singer covers the May issue of the high fashion magazine, and is quite candid about her outlook on relationships and her 20s, which included being married to Russell Brand for two years. A few weeks after this interview, it was also revealed that she had broken up with Orlando Bloom.
“It’s a nice place to be,” she says of being 32. “I love it! I wouldn »
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