You never forget your first love, even if you’ve married and divorced Russell Brand in the meantime. Katy Perry told Entrevue that she fell – hard – for a female schoolmate at 15, but “never told her how [she] felt.” This explains why the working title for “I Kissed a Girl” was “I Had Complex and Unrealized Romantic Feelings for a Girl.”
Considering her religious background, it’s easy to imagine why a teenage Katy might not have been super-duper eager to explore her sexual orientation. Both her parents are preachers, and her father Keith Hudson once called her a “devil child” in a sermon – which, by comparison, kinda makes “rude little pig” sound like a term of endearment.
Katy, with all due respect to John Mayer (just kidding, John Mayer is literally the worst), you should find this woman and kiss her face off. You’re Katy goddamn Perry; most living humans would appreciate having your tongue in their mouth.