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Katy Perry’s ‘walking On Air’ Is An Orgasmic ’90s House Throwback

30, 2013, 12:16 AM EST Katy Perry has confessed she suffered dark thoughts about ending her life following the breakdown of her marriage to Russell Brand. The Firework hitmaker has opened up about the months after the British comic filed for divorce in December 2011, branding them the lowest point of her life. She also reveals new track By The Grace of God, which features on her upcoming album Prism, explains how bad her mood got. In an interview with Billboard, she says, “That song is evident of how tough it really was at a certain point. I asked myself, ‘Do I want to endure? Should I continue living?’ “All the songs are real-life moments. I can only write autobiographically. I put all the evidence in the music. I tell my fans if they want to know the real truth about stuff, just listen to the songs.” Perry and Brand’s divorce came just a year after they married in India. The singer is now dating John Mayer. Popular Searches

Katy Perry Reveals OCD Habits and Other Celebrities Who Suffer From The Disorder [SLIDESHOW]

#ObjectiveFact From the opening chord to that first “Tonight!” run that swiftly follows, you know that Katy Perry ‘s ” Walking On Air ” isn’t your usual Katy fare. Her songs usually veer more towards anthemic, empowerment jams rather than pure dance-pop. (Think ” Roar ” vs. that Jump Smokers ” Roar” remix .) But this latest Prism promo track, with its instrumental straight off of the C+C Music Factory assembly line, is gonna make you feel it (FEEL IT!) harder than serious actor Mark Wahlberg Marky Mark . Listen to Katy Perry’s “Walking On Air” after the jump. While the music trends towards dance-pop bliss, the lyrics describe, or at least allude to, a different kind of ecstasy. “Just when I think I can’t take anymore/ We go deeper and harder than ever before/ We go higher and higher I feel like I’m already there.” We’re not sure how hard Katy’s gonna “Peacock” this track when explaining the lyrics (Remember how “I wanna see your peacock-cock-cock” actually meant “I wanna see your true colors”? OK.), but there’s definitely an undeniable new sexual energy to the song that’s we don’t usually get from Katy. To that we say, brava! Also: hot. Anyway, before you listen to “Walking On Air” below, remember that this isn’t even Prism’s second single. (That’s gonna be ” Unconditionally ,” FYI.) Like the pop-trap lurker, ” Dark Horse ,” this new song is purely promotional. So, the takeaway is that even the so-called “filler” tracks on Katy’s forthcoming album (which drops Oct. 22) will be single-worthy? BRB, literally walking on air RN.

Katy Perry opens up about suicidal thoughts after marriage breakdown

“I feel like my relationship with radio is super important. I feel that’s more than half the reason I have the success I have,” the ‘Hot ‘N Cold’ singer shared. She also spoke about Elton John as someone she looked up to in the run of her career. As for the other celebrities who suffer from the same OCD habits, here are some of the most popular ones you surely know: Megan Fox The hot star’s OCD is related with ” intense awareness of germs ,” according to Mandatory.com. She does not want to use any public rest room or even use any silverware in restaurants. Cameron Diaz The fear of germs goes the same for Cameron Diaz who has always been open to the public about her disorder. Her fear is related with doorknobs that she insists on opening them instead with the use of her elbows. She washes her hands at multiple times each day. Justin Timberlake This former ‘N Sync singer is self-diagnosed for having OCD with a mix of ADD or Attention Deficit Disorder. One of his weird behaviours include having all the food items he needs in his refrigerator. David Beckham The recently retired player and husband of Victoria Beckham turns into agitation when he sees things like furniture in hotels not aligned well. He once admitted that living with such a disorder can be tiring since when he does not give in to it, it still makes him feel tired since he can’t stop thinking about settling it.