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6 July 2012, 17:37
The 'Teenage Dream' star says she isn't interested in judging on a TV show at this point in her career.
Katy Perry has revealed she has been approached by reality shows in the past about the possibility of signing on as a talent show judge, but feels it isn't the right career move for her at the moment.
The 'Part Of Me' singer says she has too many other projects in mind to even consider such a big commitment like signing on to judge on shows like The X Factor or The Voice.
"People have reached out to me about the possibility of being involved and I think that it's not right for me right now," Katy revealed to The Hollywood Reporter. "I have ideas for two or three big, creative things and I want to be able to fulfil those ideas.
"And it's a real commitment to be on one of those shows," the singer explained, before saying she doesn't have any problem with TV talent shows. "No, I'm not opposed to it.
Katy went on to explain that some of the talent shows are much better than others and admitted she finds some of the judge choices "hilarious".
"I think some of those shows are better than others. I like to give constructive criticism that hopefully people can apply and find valuable," she explained. "But I do find it completely hilarious when they hire people that are not current in music and haven't been for a decade or over.
"Or when they're not even in music," Katy added. "How are you going to give a perspective when you haven't even lived it?
The 'Wide Awake' singer launched her 3D concert film Part Of Me 3D in London earlier this week with a pink carport premiere in London's Leicester Square.
Check out a picture of Katy at the Part Of Me 3D London premiere below (Credit: Getty):
Katy Perry has also teased plans for her third album exclusively to Capital, revealing that she wants the follow-up to 2010's 'Teenage Dream' to be like "the black box" of her liee.
Check out Capital's full gallery of Katy Perry's Part Of Me 3D UK premiere below: