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8 March 2012, 16:23
The 'I Kissed A Girl' singer says she the repacked version of her record will suit her biggest followers.
Katy Perry has confessed that her forthcoming repacked version of her second studio album entitled 'Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection' will help her hardcore fans complete their own compilation's of the star's hits.
The 'Part Of Me' singer told MTV News that she is a big fan extras with albums herself and is sure her hardcore following will be more than satisfied with the new release.
She confessed: "With 'Teenage Dream', the reasons why I wanted to put out this special edition, 'Complete Confection', is two major reasons for me. One, I'm doing it mostly for the hard-core fans because they always love all the extras.
"The second reason I wanted to do it is because it's my one last push, to push that person that is on the precipice of becoming a fan. They're thinking to themselves, 'I bought four or five singles, maybe I should actually complete my album and now I should really complete my album because I'm gonna get 19 songs for a really great price.' I think it's like a bargain and I'm doing it for my fans."
The singer has also recently revealed plans to release a 3D concert movie called Katy Perry: Part Of Me which will hit the big screen in the summer.