LOS ANGELES (AP) — A jury of six women and three men found that pop star Katy Perry and her colleagues copied the bumping beat and riff at the center of a Christian rap song called 'Joyful Noise' for her 2013 hit, 'Dark Horse.'
(RNS) A prominent evangelical explains how the pop singer -- and Donald Trump -- helped him discern his 10 reasons for fleeing conservative politics.
The nuns Googled Perry's videos -- and they weren't pleased. They want to sell to a local restaurateur.
Katy Perry invoked God on the red carpet at last night's Grammys, and it wasn't weird.
Katy Perry destroys “Allah” in a music video, then dissolves the incident completely amid backlash. Brunei bans non-Muslims from using “Allah” and 18 other holy words. And Tom DeLay tells us Allah, A.K.A. God, wrote the Constitution. S/he just never got around to signing it.
(RNS) Nearly 60,000 people have signed a Change.org petition demanding that YouTube take down a Katy Perry video they say is blasphemous and offensive to Muslims. Others say the flap is much ado about nothing.
The 2014 Grammys were full of strange performances, gimmicky weddings, and some bonafide musical highlights. Here's what you missed.
Katy Perry believes in God and aliens, and once prayed for bigger boobs. Wish granted. Why does that matter for her public persona?
Going to a Christian college in Santa Barbara, it was hard to escape the shadow of Katy Perry. Every third person had known her growing up--they were in elementary school ...