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Capitol Katy Perry plaque

 

GOLD TRUCK WOMAN: Capitol Music Group brass celebrate megastar Katy Perry’s career sales of 71 million singles and 10 million albums with a life-sized plaque, just before she informed them that a solid-gold semi was rolling around L.A. to announce the 10/22 release of her new album, Prism. “And don’t try billing that shit back to me,” she advised. “On street date I’m doing a diamond-encrusted aircraft carrier.” Seen hailing a leaner, meaner business model are (l-r) CMG EVP Michelle Jubelirer, Capitol Records prexy Dan McCarroll, CMG Chairman/CEO Steve Barnett, Perry and CMG EVP Greg Thompson. (7/30p)

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