Katy Perry Takes Inspiration From 'Eat, Pray Love'
Katy Perry has taken up "One Woman's Search for Everything" as in the 2006 post-divorce memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert, by making a trip to see some spectacular sights. She even climbed a volcano.
Katy made reference to Gilbert's book title when she tweeted, "I ate, I prayed, I climbed a volcano." Her divorce from Russell Brand became final in July, now Katy is free to explore her "inner self". She has been getting in touch with the more spiritual side of things, spending time meditating and even "cleaning her chakras" - a Hindu tradition believed to revitalise the body's major organs.
In addition to recharging her mind, body and spirit, Katy Perry has pledged her support for the re-election of US President Barack Obama by agreeing to perform at a fundraising concert. Along with several other artists, Katy will perform at the 30 Days to Victory Concert on October 7 at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater. For supporters aged under 40, tickets can be purchased from $44, while general seats start at $250. Also, on the night (after the concert), tickets for dinner with President Obama at a nearby restaurant will cost $25,000 ... after all it is a fund raiser!
To date, Katy Perry has been nominated for eight Grammy Awards, and worldwide sold more than 11 million albums and 75 million digital tracks.
She has also ventured into film, lending her voice to Smurfette in the 2011 film "The Smurfs".
Earlier this year Katy Perry released Part of Me. The music video shows her post-breakup reaction where she goes off and joins the marines to start out on a new life.
Katy Perry - "Part of Me"
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