Pizza has always been my emotional go to. It comforts me when nothing else can. It is the perfect balance of carbohydrates, protein and fats. It resurrects me from PMS hell and it comforts me after a blinding migraine. I can’t explain the depth of this love because it is something to be experienced rather than told. I know that I am not alone in thinking this.I think my relationship with pizza is pretty rock solid but there are some who seem to have the perfect relationship with pizza like Katy Perry.
According to Urban Dictionary (a very accurate source) the definition of a power couple is as follows: A couple who seems to have a fairy tale romance. Also, both parties involved in the power couple have tremendous influence over people around them because of their devastating good looks* and seemingly perfect relationship with their significant other.
*the most common type of power couple is between a male athlete and an actress and/or singer.
Katy Perry and her relationship with Pizza reflects the above definition.
Katy probably learnt those hard relationships lessons early and realised that pizza is emotionally available and supportive always whereas men often fail to meet this need.
Pizza won’t reject you, criticise you or leave you. Pizza is always there, it’s love is unconditional.
People disappoint but pizza is forever. Luckily Katy’s celebrity/role model status can be used to spread this very important message about pizza to people everywhere.
They are often spotted together, their affection for each other is paramount, the world knows how they feel about each other. They never shy away from the public eye.They support each other through life’s events and her many tours. It seems only natural that their relationship has blossomed into one of the great romances of pop stars.
A power couple has that amazing skill of marketing themselves. Katy and Pizza are branding themselves phenomenally influencing all the katycats out there with their pizza paraphernalia. Recently Katy has been spotted wearing the a pizza jumpsuit and in her recent video clip for “This is how we do” a pizza one piece swimming costume. The two of them being so popular when seen together that you can purchase these items here:
Now like every relationship even power couples have their issues. Katy is currently touring with her Prismatic concert. During an intimate moment she reveals to the audience that she is intolerant to gluten. Most pizza’s do contain gluten so you can only imagine the rift that this is causing, the emotional strain. We can all identify with loving something that is bad for us.
At each concert she offers a pizza that she could no longer consume, to an audience member. She cheekily dedicates her song “the one(s) that got away” to all those pizzas she can no longer consume.
After hearing in person this emotional plea recently in Melbourne I really empathised. A life without pizza seems so empty and full of heartache. It seems so unfair that Perry and Pizza who are so perfect for each other were being pushed apart.
I took it upon myself to personally educate Katy Perry that all hope is not lost. That true love conquers all. A friend of mine was lucky enough to win a meet and greet in Sydney. She extended this amazing opportunity to myself.
I presented Katy with a small book on gluten free pizza places in Sydney and Melbourne. A life without pizza seemed too traumatic to deal with. Pop stars don’t have time to research this, but I did. I know the importance pizza has and how it can enhance an everyday human’s life so imagine that importance to a celebrity.
It put a smile to her face, perhaps it will keep her holding on to what seems the perfect relationship. Perhaps in some way I made a difference.
Don’t give up on pizza Katy Perry, it hasn’t given up on you.
This is how we do … gluten free pizza!