Results 1 to 2 of 2

Thread: Katy Perry

  1. #1
    Grumpy Old Man Music Head's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Lancaster, Kentucky, United States

    Default Katy Perry

    just thought you should know

    from music-news

    Singer Katy Perry has made digital history after having amassed the most Twitter followers ever.

    Bosses at the micro-blogging social media network announced on Friday (01Jul16) the Roar hitmaker had reached the milestone after swelling her number of followers to 90 million.

    The official announcement was made on the company's own Twitter profile, with the message reading: "It's party time, @katyperry! With 90 million on the guest list, we're gonna need a really big dance floor."

    Katy responded with sheer delight, retweeting the message and adding the caption, "Dang this is tight", before signing off her excited tweet with a sunglasses-wearing smiley face emoji.

    In addition to announcing her unprecedented Twitter achievement, bosses at the micro-blogging company revealed some of the top things her followers have tweeted about her, noting most fan expressions have referred to her as “(my) queen,” “beautiful,” “(the) best,” “better (than),” “amazing,” and “(my) spirit animal.”

    Meanwhile, Katy's pop star peers Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift occupy second and third place, respectively, on Twitter's top celebrities list - the Sorry singer's follower count stands at 83.9 million, while Katy's longtime rival Taylor boasts 79 million.
    The Teenage Dream hitmaker's Twitter breakthrough comes nearly two months after Katy proposed the idea of a social media break, revealing she turns her phone off for at least 20 minutes a day in a bid to get a little peace and quiet.

    "Speaking from someone who has a lot of social media spotlight, I feel like social media is very narcissistic and displays a life that isn't really real," she told in May (16). “I wish there was a thing like Shabbat that wasn’t particularly religious-based, that was kind of a worldwide day where we’re not on our phones - like a movement.

    "I just think something like this would be really great for our minds, especially because kids today... If they weren’t born in the 80s - don’t even know what a life without Internet is like. And I think it’s going to be really difficult for our focus and our attention spans moving forward. So I’d love if the world implemented an actual day of real rest."
    “A man only learns in two ways, one by reading, and the other by association with smarter people.”
    Will Rogers

  2. #2
    Casual member bob_32_116's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2016
    Perth WA Australia


    I'm no fan of Katy Perry, but credit where credit is due. 20 minutes a day is a good start.

    It would be quite a rare day that I have my mobile phone ON for 20 minutes in the day. It is, however, very useful if I find myself at a bus stop on an unfamiliar bus route, for checking the arrival time of the next bus.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts