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Katy Perry “led astray by Hollywood”, parents say

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  1. The c*nt of Monte Crisco! 18 Aug 2008, 3:11pm

    I suppose next her parents will be saying it’s “just a phase!” *rolls eyes* Although I am glad to hear that at the moment she is not being cut out of their lives. I do hope that if she is a fully-fledged gayer that they’ll continue being loving parents, despite her sins! I for one love this song and can’t stop listening to it! Good on ya Kate Perry!

  2. I love it, Katy is so promiscuous.

    Let the preachers & the gay rights activists (activists that think the song makes it seem like it’s okay for girls to kiss girls, but not guys on guys) go ahead and say their opinions.

    In the end, the song is just a song.

  3. Oh and to add – she hasn’t been ‘led astray’ by Hollywood, she’s just opening herself up to new experiences & people – unlike her parents it seems.

  4. She’s not a lesbian though.

    Actually, she’s caused a bit of a divide in the gay community, with many lesbian women claiming “I Kissed A Girl” is just pandering to the heterosexual male fantasy of girls making out to turn them on, and her previous song “Ur So Gay” was condemned for promoting homophobic stereotypes. . .

    If this girl wants to be a gay icon, she needs to be a bit more tactful!

  5. Simon Murphy 18 Aug 2008, 4:49pm

    Her parents are evangelical christians. Their opinions on that song are utterly predictable and irrelevant

  6. The song is catchy & I sing along but at the end of the day – it’s just attention seeking to further her career. Which has worked.

  7. The c*nt of Monte Crisco! 19 Aug 2008, 3:23pm

    Bit like LiLo then?

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