Katy Perry Describes Her First Kiss in a Pretty Gross Way

Katy Perry recently gave an interview in which she describes what her first french kiss was like and, honestly, it sounds pretty gross.

According to Us Weekly, the "I Kissed A Girl" singer began the story by saying, "My first French kiss was in sixth grade in Big Bear, California. I was hanging out with this girl from church who had a bit of a reputation."

She continued, "She had a coed party and I was not allowed to go to a coed party until eighth grade. But I went anyway."

As she tells it, the partygoers then played a game of spin-the-bottle and Perry's turn came up.

She goes on to describe the kiss as feeling like a "wet fish" was trapped inside her mouth.

Next, she added, "That was my first kiss. When you're in sixth grade, there's no art to French kissing. There's no cadence, no beautiful up and down, no waves. Instead, it just feels like your mouth is getting invaded by a slug."

Earlier this month, the pop star made waves on the internet when she outright ranked her former boyfriends on their bedroom performances.

During a YouTube live stream to promote her new album, Witness, James Corden, host of CBS's The Late Late Show, dropped by to chat with Perry and ultimately convinced her to divulge who was the best she ever had and who was the worst.

Starting at the bottom of the list, Perry said that her least favorite partner was DJ Diplo, who she dated briefly a few years ago.

The second place trophy went to her most recent beau, actor Orlando Bloom (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales).

Topping the list, to no one's surprise, is musician John Mayer, whom Perry has had an on-again-off-again relationship with for years.

Ultimately, though, Perry said, "They're all amazing lovers and I would have sex with all of them when I get out of this place!"

Not content with leaving the conversation at loves she's had, the conversation turned to loves she missed out on.


Perry told Corden that she felt like pop-opera singer Josh Groban was "the one that got away," and added, "He's one of my good friends. I love him so much. He's the best."