Katy Perry has a lot to celebrate this week. She released the official video for her hit song Roar then learned Thursday that the tune had become her eighth number one hit, unseating Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines 12 week run as the top song in the nation.
On Friday she debuted the cover art for her upcoming album Prism on Good Morning America. She described the new album’s differences between her new work and her mega-hit Teenage Dream as “a lot of light and hope and love, it’s more me.”
And she displayed her trademark sense of humor remarking that her live performance of Roar on the MTV VMA’s was “most scandalous” cause “I kept my clothes on.”