Katy Perry by Noam Friedlander

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This lavishly illustrated volume is as colorful and outrageous as its subject: pop sensation Katy Perry. A former choir girl, Perry rapidly transformed herself into a superstar with her breakthrough single "I Kissed a Girl." Since then, Katy has smashed records, received multiple Grammy® nominations, and sold out concerts worldwide. Noam Friedlander examines Perry's phenomenal rise, her music and videos, her fantastical retro-chic style, and key events in Perry's personal life--including her marriage to (and divorce from) comedian Russell Brand.

About Noam Friedlander

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Noam Friedlander is an author, scriptwriter, TV reviewer, columnist, interviewer, and feature writer. She has written 13 books on subjects ranging from the Spice Girls to sports, religion, and entertainment, and has worked as a journalist for such newspapers and magazines as the Guardian, the Sunday Times, the Sun, the Mirror, and Time Out London. Noam has lived in Los Angeles since 2008, where she has specialized in entertainment, interviewing celebrities such as Diane Kruger, Rose Byrne, Chelsea Handler, Amanda Seyfried, and Drew Barrymore. Find out more at noamfriedlander.com.
Published November 6, 2012 by Sterling. 160 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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