Katy Perry Appears on Cover of June "Vanity Fair"
Thu, 05 May 2011 10:47:12
In the June issue of Vanity Fair, pop star Katy Perry opens up about a myriad of subjects, ranging from her marriage to comedic actor Russell Brand, her evangelical minister parents and the fact that she could not even use the term "deviled eggs" in her house while growing up.
"I didn't have a childhood," Perry told the publication. "I come from a very non-accepting family, but I'm very accepting."
Perry revealed that phrases like "deviled eggs" and "Dirt Devil," which references the vacuum cleaner, were also banned from the Perry home. She was also taught that Planned Parenthood was an abortion clinic.
"I was always scared I was going to get bombed when I was there ... I didn't know it was more than that, that it was for women and their needs. I didn't have insurance, so I went there and I learned about birth control," she said. She also had to pilfer music from her friends, since non-religious, secular music was banned from Casa de Perry.
The June edition of Vanity Fair is on stands tomorrow.
Are you going to read the Katy Perry cover story in this month's Vanity Fair?