Fashion Fiasco: Katy Perry’s Near-Drowning Experience in a High-Necked Dress for Vogue, Along with Revealing Her Five-Year Journey with Therapy

Katy Perry recently took some fashion risks in a new photo shoot. The singer, known for hits like Chained To The Rhythm, sported some unconventional outfits, including a stylish high-necked black gown for Vogue’s May issue.

In her interview, the 32-year-old not only discussed her reluctance to relive her twenties but also opened up about seeking therapy for the past five years. She mentioned how refreshing it is to simply be Katheryn Hudson when she’s with her therapist, away from the spotlight as a Santa Barbara native.

Comfortable? Katy Perry took a few risks with her Vogue shoot, like this high-necked black gown. Inside she said she has been seeing a therapist

Feeling cozy? Katy Perry rocked some daring looks in her Vogue photoshoot, including an elegant black gown with a high neckline. In the interview, she revealed that she has been regularly visiting a therapist.

Stand out! The pop icon wore red for the cover of the May issue

Make a statement! The music sensation rocked a striking red ensemble on the front page of the May magazine. The singer mentioned, “Being constantly told yes can be damaging, leading to a disconnect from reality – and I want to avoid that.” Additionally, she shared her struggles in accepting Donald Trump as President, revealing, “It was really tough for me; it dredged up a lot of past pain.”

Good for her: Perry said talking to a therapist is healthy: 'When I am in the room I am just Katheryn Hudson, which is amazing,' said the Santa Barbara native

Perry believes that seeking therapy is a positive step, stating that being able to be herself in the therapist’s office is a liberating experience. She opened up about the challenges she faced growing up with misogyny and sexism, leading her to struggle with oppressive male figures and feeling undervalued. Reflecting on past relationships, she admitted to feeling controlled by certain partners and emphasized that she no longer tolerates such behavior either in her personal life or professional career. Regarding her love life, Perry expressed that not every relationship has to end in marriage, referencing her recent breakup with Orlando Bloom and previous unions with John Mayer and Russell Brand.

Covered up: The ex of John Mayer and Orlando Bloom here had on a bulky coat

Sporting a puffy coat, Katy Perry, the former flame of both John Mayer and Orlando Bloom, revealed that she is ready to start a new chapter in her life. She expressed her excitement, saying, “Your education can begin now. I launched a rocket, holding on for dear life.” Reflecting on her past, the Cover Girl ambassador shared that she has no desire to relive her twenties, as she has gained valuable lessons from that time. Embracing a futuristic look for her latest cover, Katy flaunted a vibrant patent outfit while showcasing her edgy short platinum hair, complemented by dark eyebrows, pink lipstick, and brown eyeshadow.

Showing off her body: Katy wore a white netted dress to Coachella on Sunday

Katy proudly flaunted her figure by donning a chic white netted dress at Coachella over the weekend.

In the pictures, the celebrity sported a vibrant red outfit along with a blonde wig. The photo shoot was executed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. The pop star, known for hits like “California Gurls,” expressed contentment with being 32 years old. Katy achieved her first number one hit in 2008 with the track “I Kissed A Girl.” Prior to her rise to fame in the pop music industry, she faced setbacks such as being released from her record label and having her albums put on hold.

So Bieber of her! The I Kissed A Girl hit maker has been wearing very short dyed locks this month

Katy Perry has recently been sporting a short, brightly colored hairstyle, reminiscent of Canadian singer Justin Bieber. Reflecting on her past success, she mentioned how her ambition and determination kept her going. However, she admitted that she wouldn’t create another light-hearted song like her hit “California Gurls” now that she has grown and learned more about herself. According to Katy, such “fluffy stuff” would not align with her authentic self. Despite not being a miracle worker, she believes that her music has the power to uplift and bring joy to people’s lives.

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