A documentary that follows a billionaire couple as they begin construction on a mansion inspired by Versailles. During the next two years, their empire, fueled by the real estate bubble and cheap money, falters due to the economic crisis.
Ke$ha, who appeared in Katy's 2008 hit music video for "I Kissed a Girl," can be seen in some of the pictures shown of Katy and her friends. See more »
In one scene, Katy Perry is seen receiving an award at the 2011 American Music Awards before the film cuts to a backstage scene of Lady Gaga supposedly congratulating her, despite the fact that the latter artist did not attend that awards show. (The backstage scene actually takes place at the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards.) See more »
I got an ass like Nicki Minaj in this one.
[bounces her butt up and down playfully]
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That documentary is not what I expected. It was trying to make us feel sorry for the 'difficulties' that Katy has experienced in her life and then it talks about the success. I have to say that I AM a fan of Katy, I do like what she does, but, with this, she made me think differently of her. I hated the first part, when the critics were judging on Katy comparing it with other artists, such as Rihanna and Lady Gaga, and, above all, they were trying to state that Katy is better than them, by revealing some hateful points, which are not true at all. I thought it would be more of the 'behind the scenes' stuff and emotions, or even some sort of previously unknown things, but I was wrong, they were speaking of Katy in such a way that seemed totally flat. They were mentioning things that we already know, general things. By the way, the introduction was so long.
Over all I would say that this documentary, a desperate way of winning more money, is not worth seeing, don't spend your money in that way. You better skip it! Believe me, it'll do you wrong!
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