Former Christian singer-turned-provocateur Katy Perry, whose song “I Kissed a Girl” has burned up the charts this summer, says Miley Cyrus would be her dream girl-kiss. Katy tells Steppin’ Out magazine when asked the question in it’s latest issue:
“Miley Cyrus! She’s the lucky girl. It’s cool to hear through the grapevine that Miley Cyrus has my song as her ring tone.
Perry, 23, will be stalking lucky Miley at August’s Teen Choice Awards, which Cyrus, 15, is hosting. Katy continues…
Maybe we’ll have another Britney-Madonna moment on stage. How hilarious would that be? Although I don’t think it would help her career. However, it would definitely help mine!
No, Katy, it definitely wouldn’t help Miley’s career- at least not with the parents of her current tween fanbase! But you’re right, it would probably boost yours a bit. Snarkista doesn’t think it would launch you into the Madonna and Britney Spears stratosphere, but you’d definitely get some more press.
Katy also cleared up any confusion deluded folks may have about what some think is a chastity ring she wears. It’s from beau Travis McCoy, singer with the band Gym Class Heros (and recently arrested for assault).
I’m definitely not a virgin! People think the promise ring means no sex! No, the promise ring is just a promise that he’ll get me another ring. A better ring! Seriously, it’s not one of those ‘no sex’ promise rings,” she added. That kind of went out the window when I was 17 years old.
Yep, right about the time her Christian music career went out the window! Katy’s on a full-court famewhore press right now, and she’s gonna ride that train as long as she can. Billy Ray Cyrus may not be thrilled about Katy’s quest for Miley, as Miley’s probably had ENOUGH sexy press this week!
Her hacked phone caused MORE provocative pics of Miley to hit the net the other day. Snarkista thinks Miley needs to learn how to use the DELETE button, or better yet- lay off the self pic-taking for awhile! And stay away from the naughty candy!
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