Over the past few weeks, Katy Perry has been going through quite a rough patch. Some might argue that her divorce with Russell Brand was a good thing, but that doesn’t take away the fact the singer really had a bad time accepting what happened. In an interview with the “Hollywood Reporter” Katy Perry talks about divorce and plans for the future.
It’s been some time now since Katy Perry and Russell Brand called it quits. Soon after the media was all over her failed marriage with the British actor, Katy Perry was spotted finding comfort in the arms of guitarist Robert Ackroyd at Coachella. After only a few weeks, Katy Perry opened up in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter about her divorce and her upcoming record label.
July 5th, Katy Perry’s own documentary will be released. “Katy Perry: Part of Me” comes in 3D and will document her 124-date international tour. The artist’s interview with the Hollywood Reporter is a preview of the upcoming documentary.
“There were times when what was going on in my personal life was so overwhelming that I hand to bend over to let those tears fall straight out of my eyes and not my false lashes” recalls Perry of the times she had to go on stage and sing “Teenage Dream”.
Of her divorce, Katy Perry says “nobody knows what really happened except the two people who are in it”. She recently released a new music video for “Wide Awake” a song that has been said to talk about her 14 months of marriage with Russell Brand.
But it looks like Katy Perry finally moved on. Earlier this year, she was seen at Coachella holding hands and kissing guitarist Robert Ackroyd, and reports say he’s the new man in her life. During the interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Perry didn’t talk much about her love life, but preferred to promote her projects.
The artist revealed she is preparing to launch her own record label. When it will finally “come to fruition, I’m going to try and avoid the things that take away any fighting chance for an artist to have financial success” she said. “As people are coming to me with opportunities, I’m thinking ‘How would I want to be treated?’”