17 Crazy Things Katy Perry Has Said

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Oh, Katy Perry. You are a character. The "Dark Horse" singer certainly makes a catchy tune, but there's no denying that the star is a little bit out there. Perry has a knack for saying just the darndest things, whether she's discussing aliens, feminism, or praying for big boobs. So what are Perry's most outlandish quotes? Click through to read the weirdest things Perry has ever said

On Birthday Presents

From an interview with MTV:

“There’s a group of people that work with Richard Branson, and he does the Virgin flights, and for Russell’s birthday, I got him a flight to space. Because I just thought, ‘What else can I give this man? He’s had every experience in the world, but not a trip to space!’”

On Her Boobs

From an interview with GQ:

“I lay on my back one night and looked down at my feet, and I prayed to God. I said, ‘God, will you please let me have boobs so big that I can’t see my feet when I’m lying down?’”

On Feminism

From an interview with Billboard:

“I am not a feminist, but I do believe in the strength of women.”

On Feminism, Again

From an interview with an Australian morning show, on whether she considers herself a feminist:

“I used to not really understand what that word meant, and now that I do, it just means that I love myself as a female and I also love men. I am a strong woman — hear me roar.” 


On Authenticity

From an interview with GQ:

“I’ve never had any plastic surgery,” the pop superstar said. “Not a nose, not a chin, not a cheek, not a tit. So my messages of self-empowerment are truly coming from an au naturel product.”

On Japanese Culture

From an interview with GQ:

“[Japan] is the capital of adorableness.”

On How She Won Obama The Presidency

From an interview with GQ:

“I might have won Wisconsin for him.”

On Her Vices

From an interview with Harpers Bazaar:

“I’ll have a cigarette, which I know is absolutely horrible for me, after a few drinks when I’m having a week off. I don’t do black tar heroin.”

On Aliens

From her GQ interview:

“I believe in a lot of astrology. I believe in aliens…. I look up into the stars and I imagine: How self-important are we to think that we are the only life-form? I mean, if my relationship with Obama gets any better, I’m going to ask him that question.”

On Fashion Bloggers

From an interview with Harper’s Bazaar:

“I ain’t dressin’ for you. I don’t dress for you bloggers who are still wearing bandage dresses.”

On How She Attracts Love

From an interview with Time Out:

“I’ve got my rose quartz. You keep this one on your heart because it’s for healing and attracting love — all kinds of love. Just good energy.”

On Wanting To Be A Part Of The Illuminati

From her interview with Time Out:

”I wish I was! I don’t know what it is or if there is a club, but I want in. I’m trying to go into that secret bunker at the end of the world. Doesn’t it mean I’ve sold my soul to Satan? We have a whole Egyptian section in the show, so I’m sure we’ll get a lot of those sorts of commentaries.”

On What She Would Want In Her Perfume

From her interview with Cosmopolitan:

“If I could bottle up oxytocin — that chemical that’s released when you’re having sex — and put it in a new perfume, I would do it for sure.”

On Healing

From an interview with Marie Claire:

“I went to see a Chinese medicine doctor who curated vitamins and supplements for my blood. It’s a rich-bitch-type thing, but when I first did it, I felt like my mind was firing off like I was 17.”

On How To Have Fun In Texas

From her interview with Marie Claire:

We rented out Schlitterbahn, considered the world’s best water park.”

On Who She's Not Like In Bed

From her interview with Cosmopolitan:

“I’m not like Professor Higgins with my sex life. I’m not super strict.”

On Why She Dates Jerks

From her interview with Cosmopolitan:

“I guess I happen to be attracted to high-frequency men.”