Back in the 1990’s, Jill Sobule released a song called “I Kissed A Girl.” The song sounded rather innocent and was more about experimentation and the potential of blossoming lesbian love. A decade later, Katy Perry released a similarly titled song, but rather than being the innocent sounding song, this song played off the whole faux lesbian theme common to male fantasies of being able to get in there and convert lesbians into heterosexuality.
Perry, who seems to be more known for her supposed looks rather than any musical talent, did try to invite Prince William and Princess Catherine (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) to one of her concerts while the royal couple were on tour of Canada. Perry posted to twitter “In Ottawa! Heard Prince William & Kate are here, come to the show!!! (Kate – bring the McQueen!)” The last bit was a reference to Princess Catherine’s wedding dress, which is probably put up in their home or is hidden away at Buckingham Palace. It is unlikely that Princess Catherine carries it around everywhere she goes.
It would have helped if Perry had checked the royal itinerary and found out that William and Catherine were already in Quebec dealing with a smattering of protests.
While Perry might be disappointed that the royal couple were not able to make the concert, William and Catherine should be glad that they avoided it.
Source: Lez Get Real