Katy Perry does not live in a bubble.
Despite having an army of more than 48 million Twitter followers, loads of music awards, and the constant heat of the spotlight, a four-day trip to Madagascar burst any kind of illusion that was surrounding her.
“The experience still continues to change me and reshape my thinking,” said Perry. “Everyone should take this kind of trip. It popped my bubble for sure.”
On Tuesday, UNICEF appointed her a Goodwill Ambassador, joining the elite but humble ranks of David Beckham, Susan Sarandon and Orlando Bloom. On behalf of the United Nation’s children’s agency, Perry will make additional trips to underdeveloped parts of the world, where she would like to focus attention on children with disabilities.
During her April visit to Madagascar, she visited some of the island nation’s most remote areas. Perry met young children who had never heard her infectious hits like “Teenage Dream” or “Roar,” songs that have earned Perry a consistent spot at the top ofRead More »from Katy Perry: ‘My Vulnerability Is My Strength’