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Katy Perry’s “Waking Up in Vegas” wasn’t allowed in “The Hangover” because she’s a woman

Katy Perry described a wild holiday in her song “Waking up in Vegas.” The lyrics of the song share some similarities with the plot of the Hangover. Despite this, Perry’s song was not allowed in the film. One of the songwriters explained what it was like to be rejected by the film’s creators.

"Waking up in Vegas" Singer Katy Perry with blonde hair

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Katy Perry collaborated with a songwriter who worked on classic rock songs

Desmond Child is a songwriter who works on classic rock songs like Kiss’ “I was made to love you‘ and Bon Jovi’s ‘You give love a bad name.” during an interview with 2014 The TennesseeShe spoke to Perry about working on Waking Up in Vegas.

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