Katy Perry broke down and wept during her live-streamed ‘therapy session’ with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh.
During her conversation with Siri Sat Nam Singh, best known from ‘The Therapist’ on Viceland, Perry spoke openly on a number of topics including her love life, her problems with alcohol and her battle with depression.
Admitting that she has, at times, experienced suicidal thoughts, Katy says she turned to music to which helped her to gain some perspective.
“I wrote a song about it.” the Firwork singer explained.
“I feel ashamed that I would have those thoughts, feel that low and that depressed.”
“You can be right or you can be loved; I just want to be loved.”
The live-stream event, which co-insides with the release of Perry’s new album Witness, can be viewed through Katy’s YouTube channel from Thursday night (June 8th) to Monday (June 12th).
Fans will be able to watch Miss Perry eat, sleep, exercise and chat with special guests as she resides in a Big Brother style house in Los Angeles.
Explaining why she had chosen to open up and appear in a Big Brother-style show, Katy said “the point of this whole thing, is if people can see I’m just like them then they can dream just as big.”
“I’m a bit more nerdy than everybody thinks I am, I’m a big goofball. The fantasy of (real name) Katheryn went into Katy and made this bigger than life personality.”
Katy Perry released her fourth studio album ‘Witness’ yesterday (June 9th).
The album features the singles ‘Slave To The Rhythm’, ‘Bon Appétit’ and ‘Swish, Swish’, and includes collaborations with Nicki Minaj, Skip Marley and Migos.
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