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25 May 2012, 12:39
The 'Firework' star admits her forthcoming film has "such a huge emotional palette" and is "excited" for the world to see it.
Katy Perry has confessed that she will be seen at her most "vulnerable" during her upcoming 3D concert movie Katy Perry: Part Of Me.
The 'I Kissed A Girl' star told MTV that she is "excited" for her fans to see the movie and has no reservations of people seeing her going through times of hardship as she wants the world to see that people aren't perfect.
"There's a lot of background of how I got to where I am, but such a huge emotional palette in the movie, and it's going to be really exciting," she explained. "It's the most intimate I've ever been. I mean that in a non-sexual way ... I mean it in a vulnerable way.
"And so I'm not scared of it because I think it's important for me, and important these days, for people to not think people in my position are perfect and that if they want to achieve this type of dream or achieve a goal that they have to be flawless, they don't."
The American singer also added that the movie will provide the opportunity for those who didn't get to see her live show, to experience the best of her live performances.
"If some people didn't see the show — which a lot of people haven't seen the show because really I've done 124 shows — but a lot of people couldn't get a ticket or they just couldn't make it out that night, so I cut together the best of the show," she admitted.
The 'California Gurls' star recently released a teaser clip from the movie which shows her spending some quality time with her sister on a day off in a theme park.
The film is expected to be released in cinemas on 5th July.