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24 May 2012, 10:16
The 'California Gurls' singer says fans will get to see life from her personal point of view in the new concert film.
Katy Perry says he upcoming 3D concert movie Katy Perry: Part Of Me will give fans the "all-access pass" to her life.
The 'Teenage Dream' singer's new film premieres in July and Katy claims she has "never been this revealing" before, as well as explaining that her intention with the film is to show that no one is truly perfect.
"I feel like its important for me right now to start breaking down the stereotype that everyone that is in this position is perfect, and that if you want to achieve your goals or your dreams that you have to be perfect or you have to be rich or you have to own this one thing," Katy explained to Access Hollywood this week. "I don't think that's how you get anywhere.
"I think it's based on hard work, which you see a lot of it in this film, and talent, and i think people will feel like they are experiencing it through my eyes," Katy continued. "Like its from exactly my point of view, because a lot of people have a lot of different ideas about me.
"This is a film I made for myself, for my fans really, so they can get the all-access pass," she added. "I've never been this revealing. I'm excited about it."
On Sunday (20th May) at the Billboard Music Awards 2012 Katy gave her first live performance of 'Wide Awake', the latest single from her album 'Teenage Dream', which is set to be released in time to promote the film.
Katy Perry: Part Of Me 3D is set to be released in cinemas on 5th July.