Katy Perry’s mom is taking a page from the likes of Billy Ray Cyrus and Michael Lohan as she pitches a book proposal on the impact her daughter’s scandalous behavior is having on her own Christian ministry.
According to The New York Post, Mary Perry Hudson maintains the book she’s shopping around isn’t a tell-all. But that doesn’t stop her from pointing her Holier-Than-Thou finger at her famous offspring’s “foul-mouthed” husband Russell Brand not to mention the songstress’ salacious lyrics and fashion sense.
One of her biggest issues? Katy’s cleavage.
“No mother wants to see the top of her daughter’s boobs,” the evangelical preacher said in the proposal, in which she describes an outfit her famous daughter wore on stage.
Popular VideoThis young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. A few moments later, he made her wildest dreams come true.
According to mom, when her voluptuous daughter came out of the dressing room clad in a column she deemed too risqué, her “first instinct was to order her back behind those doors and demand she put something else on.”
She held her tongue, however, but says she “had no problem letting my eyebrows say what I wouldn’t allow my mouth to utter.”
She apparently has no such qualms about airing her dirty laundry in print.
Despite the disparaging comments the harpy makes about Perry, she still maintains her hope that the singer will see the light and fulfill her true destiny as “a Kathryn Kuhlman type of healer.”
Popular VideoThis young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. A few moments later, he made her wildest dreams come true:
“I recognized the psalmist gift in her performance,” she said, even while comparing her daughter’s fans to “thousands of hungry souls being fed something that didn’t nourish their spirit, but fed their flesh.”
Gee, mom, thanks.
She herself draws the parallels between Perry and herself to the Cyrus’ and other celebrity families “whose children have risen to fame and live contrary to their parents’ beliefs.”
“Oh, dear God, how can I save her from all this? The money, the fame, the network, the people surrounding her, how can I compete?” she wails.
With a mother like that, who needs enemies.