Katy Perry Talks About Super Bowl XLIX Half Time Performance on ESPN Cover
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you sure have heard that Katy Perry is performing on Super Bowl XLIX. And what better way to remind us of the momentous event by being on the cover of ESPN!
The “Roar” singer was seen leaning towards Houston Texans’ star defensive J. J. Watt with Perry putting “Eye Black” under his eyes. Looking at the two, it’s pretty clear that they would make an adorable and, obviously, good-looking couple.
Unfortunately, according to CBS Sports, the athlete wanted to “focus on football and nothing else in his life right now.” On the other hand, Perry was rumored to be back together with former beau John Mayer.
Talking to ESPN about her much-awaited Super Bowl half-time performance, the 30-year-old says she does not feel any pressure at all. Why would she? Last year’s Super Bowl XLVIII was just the most-watched TV program in US’ history, raking in more than 112.6 million viewers.
“Honestly? I feel like I’ve outdreamt my dream. I don’t get nervous about much, but I’ll definitely be a little tingly inside that day,” Perry explains in the interview.
The singer refused to share what the Katycats can expect during her half-time performance, but we expect that there would be a lot of glitter and amazing costumes given her past shows. Perry also says she wishes to spread the message of “women empowerment” during the Super Bowl.
“I’m all about female empowerment and uplifting people’s spirits, and people finding their own voice with songs like ‘Roar’ and ‘Firework,’ so maybe there is no better person [for the show],” Perry added.
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