Entrants to Good Morning America’s “ROAR with Katy Perry” Contest (“Contest”) must be currently enrolled as high school students, legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States or the District of Columbia and 13 (thirteen) years old or older. An entrant will be considered a student representative of his or her school, which, in order to qualify for the grand prize, must be exempt from taxes under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. To be considered a valid submission, all entrants are subject to confirmation of their enrollment status, qualification of their school’s tax exemption status, and the willingness of their qualified school to host the Katy Perry grand prize concert on or about October 25, 2013. Any individuals (including but not limited to employees, consultants, independent contractors, and interns) who have, within the past six months, performed services for the Sponsors, any organizations responsible for sponsoring, fulfilling, administering, advertising or promoting the Contest or supplying the prize, and their respective parent, subsidiary, affiliated and successor companies, and immediate family and household members of such individuals, are not eligible to enter. “Immediate family members” shall mean parents, step-parents, children, step-children, siblings, step-siblings, or spouses. “Household members” shall mean people who share the same residence at least three months a year. How to Enter: To enter, navigate the Internet to www.goodmorningamerica.com and click on the link for Good Morning America’s “ROAR with Katy Perry” Contest which will take you to the Contest home page. There you will find instructions on the appropriate and acceptable file formats and sizes for submitting your entry electronically. Submit a video up to two minutes in length of your own interpretation of any portion of Katy Perry’s song “ROAR”. You MUST use Katy Perry’s audio recording of “Roar” in your submission. You are prohibited from using any other music, songs, melodies, recordings, or lyrics in your videotaped entry. Submissions may include singing or lip synching to the song. You may ONLY (a) lip synch silently to the music or (b) sing along to the music.
Katy Perry’s `Roar’ Is Heard Loud And Clear on Billboard; Topples Robin Thicke’s `Blurred Lines’ Off The Top (Video)
Justin Timberlake may be the closest heir to Michael Jacksons throne weve seen yet, while Justin Bieber and One Direction dutifully fill their roles as the tween-set sensations . Singer Katy Perry arrives at the 2013 Kids Choice Awards in Los Angeles on March 23, 2013 (Patrick Fallon/Reuters) Take a poll of who people think is musics biggest pop star, and its likely that one of those names will be the knee-jerk response. But none of them are. Its Katy Perry. Shes not the singer with the most buzz. She doesn’t have fan armies that launch countdown clocks to the release of her next song, she isn’t the first choice to cover an issue of Vogue, and her music and antics don’t dominate water-cooler conversation. She’s popular, but not hip. She makes music that everyone sings along to, but not many peoplecertainly not criticsreally love. She dresses in bright costumes and adopts an over-the-top persona, but still reads as dim and normal. While she certainly gets mentioned on the roster of reigning Queens of Pop, shes not a deity, at least not the way Beyonce or Lady Gaga often are often worshipped as. Yet on Thursday, Perry received her eighth number one single , a measure of astounding success that doesnt just rival those god-like contemporaries, but actually exceeds them. Its fitting that Perrys latest smash is titled Roar. Though shes been around for over six years, the song is almost a second coming out. Shes been quietand verysuccessful this past decade, but now shes roaring. Shes musics biggest pop star. Perrys surge is also the more remarkable considering the dim prospects projected for her when she first came onto the scene.
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The video for Katy Perrys Roar will see Katy Perry as a Jungle Girl. Katy Perrys Roar has become the I Kissed a Girl singers eighth single to hit No. 1 hit on Billboards Hot 100 chart. Katy Perrys Roar, an empowerment anthem had the power to end Robin Thickes twelve-week reign atop the chart with Blurred Lines. Katy Perrys first single off her upcoming Prism album, Roar, has spent three straight weeks at the top of the Digital Songs chart. Katy Perrys Roar sold 557,000 copies in its first week. In its second week, Katy Perrys Roar sold another 392,000 copies. Roar finally passed the one million mark this week, rising 14 percent to 448,000 downloads. Katy Perrys new single reaped the benefit of increased radio airplay and her closing performance under the Brooklyn Bridge for the MTV VMAs. There have only been two other songs by female artists to pass 400,000 downloads in two weeks. Lady Gagas Born This Way and Taylor Swifts I Knew You Were Trouble both moved quickly through the charts. Katy Perry is one of just two artists to nab seven number one singles since January 2010. Roar is Katy Perrys seventh No. 1 of the decade. The only other singer to hit that milestone is Katy Perrys sometime-BFF, Rihanna. Blurred Lines inched down to the No.