Katy Perry was born on 25–10–1984 in Santa Barbara, California, the United States.

He is an American singer, lyricist, film actress, philanthropist, businessman, autobiography, musician, activist

feminist and recording artist who is known for his work in the Hollywood industry.

From the age of three to 11, Perry often moved across the country as his parents again established churches before settling in Santa Barbara.

As he grew up, he participated in religious schools and camps,

including Paradise Valley Christian School in Arizona and Santa Barbara Christian School in California, California.

His family was fighting financially, sometimes using a food bank to eat from the food bank,

which also fed the congregation in Perry's parents' church.

As he grew up, Perry and his brothers and siblings were not allowed to eat lucky attraction grains because

the word "wood" reminds his mother of Lucifer, and he was called "Angel Eggs" divided eggs.

Perry heard the gospel music mainly, as secular music was usually disappointed in the family's house.

He found popular music on CD. Perry later recalled a story about how her friend played "You Ogata

Na" by Alnis Morisset, who impressed the writing and singing of her song.

Katherine Elizabeth Hudson, better known as Katy Perry, is an American songwriter and popular singer.

He is of German, English, Portuguese and Irish descent.

He did not have a good financial background and had to struggle for food early in his life.

His education began in religious camps and schools, including Santa Barbara Christian School and Paradise Valley Christian School.

She studied Italian opera and was noted by rock artists Jennifer Knapp and Steve Thomas. She helped him with his writing skills.

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