33-year-old Katy Perry became the heroine of the August issue of Australian Vogue and not only adorned his cover, but also gave a great interview to the publication (interviewed by Cathy, by the way, Derek Blasberg), in which she talked about the novel with Orlando Bloom, about attitudes toward religion, depression and his career. Here are the most interesting quotes.
Of course, I like my relationship, but this is only a part of my life, and I would not want to give less attention to its other components.
My mother prayed for me all my life and hoped that I would return to God. I never left him. I just started to lead a more secular way of life and pursue my career. But now, when I’m over 30, I’m more focused on spirituality.
I’m a big fan of Pope Francis. He combines compassion, humility and at the same time rigor and rejection. He is very modest and not at all frivolous.
I had episodes of situational depression. Last year my heart was broken because I was waiting for a certain social reaction that was not followed (obviously, it was about her latest album Witness, which did not become as successful as her previous records.) – Ed.). But it was this failure and faith in God that gave me integrity, which I never had.
It seems to me that we are all to some degree computers and are infected with viruses. Many engage in self-treatment and try to escape from reality. I also did it.
To all my friends, I recommend the Hoffman program (this is a one-week rehabilitation course that helps you cope with various personal problems and teaches you how to live in harmony with soy.) After it, I realized that there is no connection between creativity and suffering, and an artist for his ideal image should not suffer and suffer at all.
I spend a lot of money on concerts because I want to have a great show.
I sometimes do not feel 100 percent, very tired after flying, and sometimes I have personal problems right before going on stage. But I love everything in art. I like to dream, dream and invent something new.