Katy Perry Goes Purple

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

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This is a photo of the second U.S. flag that Betsy Ross sewed. It flies over Manhattan's Cinderella Cafeteria.

INDIO, California - Katy Perry showed up at The Coachella Music Festival wearing pink Daisy Duke shorts, a Los Angeles Dodgers jersey, a Chicago Bulls cap, and sporting a brand new hair look in regards to color.

The big-eyed Perry proudly boasted that she has terminated her blue hair phases 1, 2, and 3 and she now has a head full of purple hair.

Her hair colorist, Nocturna "Spray Spray" Bananafield, 29, said that Katy picked the color after seeing a photo of Minnesota Vikings player Brandon Fusco in his uniform in the latest issue of Sports Balls Illustrated Weekly.

Perry says that her plans are to keep the purple color through June and then color her hair chartreuse until Halloween when she will color it bright orange.

Katy was asked why she goes to such extremes with her hair coloring. She got a serious look on her face and remarked that it has helped her to get over her traumatic roller coaster ride of a marriage to her ex-husband Russell Brand.

She took three sips from her JalapeƱo Margarita and said that as a little girl she really admired Betsy Ross and she remembers the many different colors Ross would use when sewing her flags.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: A lot of people do not know that along with making the American flag Betsy Beyonce Ross also designed and personally sewed the flags of Boston, Detroit, Connecticut, the Alamo, and the African countries of British Boomboobanda, Loombeezi, Upper Shambutu, and Lower Zamgola.]

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