Prismatic pop princess Katy Perry aint to proud to pledge.
Katy’s feeling quite mighty
Just finished a killer workout! Have a great day y'all 👍 pic.twitter.com/8smUnelXw3
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) January 20, 2015
…and starting 2015 off with a bang as, not only is the Roar superstar punting halftime at this year’s Super Bowl XLIX on February 1, but as well, just snagged her first ESPN “New Music” cover in preparation for the festivities.
Katy’s proving she’s doing it way big-even well over snagging a coveted 13-minute Super Bowl spot and ESPN cover, she also dropped a whopping 4-figure sum on the R&B group TLC’s Kickstarter Campaign designed for fan-inclusion for the last and final album in which the intended goal is $150k in 30 days.
Katydid dropped a sweet sum of cash into the pot in support of watching TLC pop!
— Tionne T-Boz Watkins (@TheRealTBOZ) January 21, 2015
The Fireworks singer’s not done snap, crackel and poppin’ herself:
He: Bad (off the Dangerous album)
She: Teenage Dream (off the Prism album)
Jackson’s #1s spent a collective 7 weeks at the top of the charts while Perry’s hits spent almost triple that time on the top of the charts.
So who’s bad (in the world according to Billboard)?:
Katy Perry’s ‘Prism’
- “Roar”: No. 1 peak (two weeks)
- “Unconditionally”: No. 14 peak
- “Dark Horse”: No. 1 peak (four weeks)
- “Birthday”: No. 17 peak
- “This Is How We Do”: No. 24 peak
Michael Jackson’s ‘Dangerous’
- “Black or White”: No. 1 peak (seven weeks)
- “Remember the Time”: No. 3 peak
- “In the Closet”: No. 6 peak
- “Jam”: No. 26 peak
- “Heal the World”: No. 27 peak
- “Who Is It”: No. 14 peak
- “Will You Be There”: No. 7 peak