By Valeria Nekhim, StyleCaster
Katy Perry Katy Perry is all pouty on the cover of W magazine's November issue, but if we're to take anything away from her interview, it's that the pop star has every reason to be smiling.
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The singer's runaway hit, the pop anthem "Roar," has soared to the top of the American charts, dethroning Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" and becoming Perry's eighth number one hit. What's more, within the first three days of its release, the accompanying video received 35 million views on YouTube. Purr-ty good. It's no wonder The New York Times called the 28-year-old (her birthday is Friday) "pound for pound … the most potent pop star of the day-her hits are relatable with just a hint of experimentation."
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Katy smolders in the issue wearing various come hither ensembles, and discusses her new album "Prism," theRead More »from Katy Perry on John Mayer: 'I Actually Am Dating My Crush'