For Halloween, Katy Perry sported a blonde wig, wore a pantsuit, and made her best impression of her idol, Hillary Clinton. It appears that Perry fell in love with light fake tresses because she has dyed her hair sandy blonde. It is worth noting that she is a natural blonde. The pop star now has a dark gold, almost yellow color, while her edges are more of a honey blonde. The look is not very flattering on the diva – but then again she is not afraid to take fashion risks and does not care about public opinion.
In the past, Miss Perry colored her long black hair lavender, neon blue, dark purple, green, red, strawberry pink, and at one point she had all the colors of the rainbow.
The “Legendary Lovers” singer enjoys experimenting with hairstyles, and she has her colorist working overtime but the truth of the matter, her best look is pitch black hair. The “International Smile” artist debuted her ‘do while hosting a mega surprise party for her boyfriend, Orlando Bloom, who turned 40.
The 32-year-old entertainer held a bash at a private residence in Palm Springs, California. Via Instagram, Bloom revealed that it was a fantastic event because Perry surprised him with a special gift – his mother, Sonia.
The “Pirates of The Caribbean” star, who recently dyed his hair blond, said Perry flew Sonia from England for the birthday celebration. On social media, he wrote: “Best gift ever surprise visit from me, mum.”
He also shared a video where he could be seen surrounded by loved ones and close friends including Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, who were singing “Happy Birthday” as he blew the candles.
Perry and her blonde ‘do are about to get very political in the next few days. Perry and an impressive list of celebrities including Cher, Scarlett Johansson, and Amy Schumer will be taking part in the Women’s March in Washington 24 hours after Donald Trump’s inauguration.
America Ferrera, who is part of the event, explained: “As artists, women, and most importantly dedicated Americans, it is critical that we stand together in solidarity for the protection, dignity, and rights of our communities. Immigrant rights, worker rights, reproductive rights, LGBTQIA rights, racial justice and environmental rights are not special interests, they affect us all and should be every American’s concern.”
Maybe Perry and Ferrera can drag Clinton along to the January 21st march.