LET'S hope Katy's husband, Orlando Bloom, doesn't mind what she was actually singing about!
Ashocking hidden meaning of Cherry Chapstick in Katy Perry's I Kissed a Girl is finally revealed.
What does Cherry Chapstick mean in Katy Perry's I Kissed A Girl?
I Kissed a Girl is a song from Perry's 2008 album, One of the Boys, and it is one of her most-loved hits. However, cherry chapstick does mean lip balm in her song.
Why do people think 'Cherry ChapStick' has a different meaning?
Well, in the popular game — Just Dance —I Kissed a Girl is a featured song. Yet, the "Cherry ChapStick" line is actually bleeped out.
So, it made people begin to think why would the developers would censor a phrase as innocuous as a lip balm.
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But the game developers had their reasons because it was later revealed that "Cherry Chapstick" is a euphemism for a woman's intimate area.
Has Katy Perry ever spoken about the meaning?
It's hard to imagine Perry writing the same songs as she did 10 years ago.
Perry did speak about the song's meaning in an interview with Glamour, and she expressed regret about the track.
She told the magazine, "If I had to write that song again, I probably would make an edit on it. Lyrically, it has a couple of stereotypes in it. Your mind changes so much in 10 years".
Despite the song's success, it has proven to be controversial. Singer Beth Ditto labeled it as "offensive to gay culture".
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