Maybe it’s not worth getting so upset about Katy Perry, a scripted micro-managed fraud of a personality, singing a gay taunt song for an audience at her old high school. Because even she acknowledges you don’t have to take her seriously.
“I mean, come on. I’ve got a whipped cream bra!,” she tells CBS Sunday Morning‘s Anthony Mason, who tags along with the pop singer as she shows off what it means to be famous. “It’s not like I’m Carole King here. Although, I admire Carole King, I don’t want to be the indie darling, because the indie darling means nobody’s heard of you before.”
And now that everybody has heard of you? You use your fame irresponsibly.