Katy Perry graces the March 2011 cover of Elle US. Inside the magazine, the singer opens up and talks about the relationship with her husband, Russell Brand, and how their relationship works, about her old figure and her current look, but also the way she manages to balance personal life and work.
Katy Perry is the March 2011 cover girl for
Elle US. The 26-year-old singer is wearing Gucci on the cover and
appears in an editorial called "Fantastic Voyage" lensed by
photographer Carter Smith.
Pick up the March issue of Elle for this exclusive interview. In the cover story for the famous magazine, Katy Perry reveals numerous things regarding her life behind the scenes, speaking about her marriage, but also about how she manages to create an equilibrium between her work and personal life.
"I think you can have it all. You just have to work really hard, because great things don’t come easily. Everyone’s been told that marriage is hard work, and it is: You have to make time for the things you love," she told Elle.
Russell Brand's wife also reveals a few details about their
relationship. "Everything clicked really fast. We kind of instantly
got past all the surfacey stuff. And ever since then, there hasn’t
been a dull moment." Moreover, she added that "we both needed
balance, and we give that to each other. It wasn’t about me taming
him, which is what everyone always says - it was about timing."
Speaking about her life before becoming a famous artist and the ultimatum she gave herself, Katy Perry said for the magazine that "I had two cars repossessed, and I was writing bad checks, but I gave myself a timeline. I thought, Okay, if I don’t make it by 25, I’m just going to get married and pop out some babies and do some crafts."
Katy Perry opened up for Elle about her much talked about figure
and her current look. "I was shaped like a square at one time. I
was! I’m generally around 130 pounds, which is totally fine for me.
But when I was a kid, I was the same height and weighed more like
145. And I had enormous boobs that I didn’t know what to do with,
so I wore minimizers, which were not cute. Those thick-ass straps!
I got made fun of for the over-the-shoulder boulder holder…and all
I wanted was to look like Kate Moss. Little did I know…that these
things would come in handy someday."
She then explained her present image. "Bettie Page meets Wonder Woman meets Doris Day meets Judy Jetson meets Natalie Wood meets Daphne Guinness meets Chloë Sevigny kind of look."
Photos: Carter Smith for Elle US