Everyone gets emotional sometimes and the hardest part is moving on.
For pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry, conquers her depression to Taylor Swift as she livestreams her life for 96 hours.
Knowingly, her depression started as Taylor Swift’s return of her entire musical catalog on Spotify – by far the largest music streaming service – also tied with Perry’s release of her fifth album “Witness”, giving fans the ample amount of time to explore Swift’s music on Spotify rather than playing Perry’s new album on repeat.
Katy Perry –born Katheryn Hudson –mentions her struggle on handling the attention brought up to her.
“I built up this Katy Perry thing that everybody knows and that’s the reason why they’re turning in and its fantastic, but it’s more of a facade,” said the 32-year old singer as she is accompanied with therapist Siri Singh.
She also speaks up that the therapy has aided her with getting over the depression.
At the weekend’s peak, Perry disclosed her want to end up the conflict between her and Taylor Swift as she sings “Let It Go” from the blockbuster Disney film “Frozen”.
In an interview with Arianna Huffington for the media entrepreneur’s new Thrive Global project, she stated her apologies to Swift.
“I forgive her and I’m sorry for anything I ever did. And I hope the same for her. There’s a lot of other things in the world that the people need to be focused on. God bless her, honestly.”
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