The fine print of the dream

"She's on the 11th date of her North American tour, with 90 or so shows to go, a number she doesn't like hearing out loud. She's both star and caller of nearly every shot, from wardrobe to the tiniest shift in backup harmonies. And being the boss, it emerges, is hard.

'I have a lot on my plate,' she says...'Things can get monotonous. Sometimes it gets overwhelming. A lot of people want things from you. But it's fine! It's called trade-offs.

You have this dream, and then the dream becomes reality, and what comes along with it is you run a company. It's the fine print of the dream that you didn't know was there.'"

-- a quip that's applicable to a lot of grownup life in general, from the more-interesting-than-you'd-think profile of Katy Perry in the latest issue of Rolling Stone Magazine 

By sierra at 5:03 p.m. Aug. 4, 2014
Katy Perry's interestingness is super under-appreciated -- she absolutely killed it on the Obama campaign (beyond even the nylon ballot dress).
By colleen at 6:54 p.m. Aug. 4, 2014
@sierra I have to get B to put some technology in here so I can like comments.
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