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29 June 2012, 09:28 | Updated: 29 June 2012, 09:40
The 'Part Of Me' star wants to remain relevant in ten years time and have made "timeless" music.
Katy Perry says she hopes to emulate the success of Madonna by constantly evolving her loo and sound with every album she releases.
The 'Wide Awake' singer is currently promoting her new 3D concert film Part Of Me 3D, but says she wants to take a break soon to begin working on new music and says she has been inspired but the career of 'MDNA' singer Madonna.
"I think Madonna, especially in the beginning of her career when she was laying the foundation, was evolving every single time and giving a new visual and a new idea to the public," Katy explained to L'Uomo Vogue this month. "She kept everybody interested because you never knew what she was going to do next, but whatever she delivered was a solid product.
"I just hope to be the same," Katy admitted. "I hope to continually make people interested and hopefully in 10 years look back and have written songs that have become timeless."
Check out a picture of Katy Perry performing live at the Hollywood premiere of Part Of Me 3D below (Credit: Getty:):
Over the past week Katy has launched Part Of Me 3D in Hollywood at a star-studded pink carpet event and flown over to Australia to premiere the film in Sydney this week.
The 'Teenage Dream' star's new film follows her on her year-long 'California Dreams' world tour last year as well as exploring the end of her relationship to husband Russell Brand, and is set to be released on both sides of the Atlantic from 5th July.