Katy Perry graces the cover of the newest Rolling Stone in a silver pin-up dress wearing giant Hershey kisses on her ta-ta’s. However, that's practically sweats and a t-shirt for Katy (see the “California Girls” video of Katy wearing a variety of baked goods on her well, goods) .
Rolling Stone released a video of a sneak peak of the fun cover shoot with photographer Terry Richardson. See Katy Perry get hosed down in a yellow bikini and see-through raincoat that would put every cheerleading squad’s car wash to shame.
Katy Perry is known for her latex bandage dresses and curvy figure, but in highschool she taped down her breasts because she thought they were too big. “So, what I did was, I started taping them down. How long did I tape them down for? Probably until I was about 19. And, no, I don’t have any psychological pain because of it.”
Candy for boobs? No psychological pain? Right.
She also gets political in the interview. She speaks her mind on universal healthcare, “The fact that America doesn’t have free health care drives me f-cking absolutely crazy, and is so wrong.”
For someone whose music is about blacking out on a Friday night, she seems to get really heated about “big issues.” But for now, she’s content making music about teenage dreams, “I’m not a dummy,” Perry says, “I know ‘California Gurls’ isn’t going to save the world. But I got a lot of heart from my upbringing and I put a lot of heart in my songs.”