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Perry has been photographed getting cozy to Mayer and lays her head on his shoulder at a Super Bowl after party.
The 'One That Got Away' singer has a new ink 'XLIX' on her ring finger to mark her Super Bowl performance.
In the advert, the 'California Gurls' hitmaker wears various color of wigs including purple, pink and blue to match her colorful eyeshadow and nails.
The pop superstar performs a medley of her singles including 'Roar', 'Dark Horse' and 'California Gurls' during her 12-minute set that also features Elliott singing her own hits like 'Work It'.
The 'Roar' hitmaker addresses her supposed public spat with the 'Shake It Off' singer in the latest issue of Billboard magazine.
The raptress, who previously worked with Perry for a remix to 'Last Friday Night', will reportedly join the pop superstar and her other guest Lenny Kravitz at the February 1 event.
The pop superstar says that there will be 'faces melting' when her other special guest joins her and Lenny Kravitz during the headlining show slated for February 1.
The 'Teenage Dream' hitmaker shares a photo of her polished toenails, each of which looks like a little football, ahead of her Super Bowl appearance.
The faux Perry explains the rules of football on the parody song, which Heidecker jokingly says will be debuted during the big game on February 1.
The 'Roar' hitmaker has pledged $5,000 to Kickstarter to help TLC reach their goal of $150,000, which will be used to make their final album.
The 'Roar' hitmaker, who covers the music issue of the magazine with Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, admits to being a bit nervous about headlining the Super Bowl.
With empowering songs like 'Roar' and 'Fireworks', the pop star hopes she can 'bring that incredible strength and empowerment to people through the performance.'
The 'Teenage Dream' hitmaker confirms the rocker will be her 'first special guest' when she takes the stage during the 49th annual NFL championship.
St. Louis County grand jury has decided not to indict Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot a black teenager named Michael Brown to death back in August.
After NFL announced the news on Sunday, the 'Dark Horse' singer tweeted, 'Yeppers! And I've already started testing out ideas!'