Katy Perry rehashes an old persona in new music video.
While some pop fans are none too thrilled with Katy Perry's return to music - after what's been dubbed a rather lacklustre comeback single and some tasteless comments on the Grammys red carpet about mental illness - the 32-year-old is gearing up to release the music video for her single Chained To The Rhythm on February 21st.
The video appears to be just as much of a political pop affair as the lyric video was. Instead of a housebound hamster this time, instead the preview shows the brainless masses attending a theme park called Oblivia (geddit?), complete with socially apt ride names like "American Dream Drop":
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) February 18, 2017
As you'll notice in Perry's retweet, she's reintroducing one of her old personas (alter egos?) - Kathy Beth Terry, who you'll recall was the star of Katy's Last Friday Night video.
ZOMG you guys…let’s go to Oblivia on Tuesday! My braces finally just came off and I want some funnel cake!!! pic.twitter.com/TIu5sCwQml
— Kathy Beth Terry (@KathyBethTerry) February 18, 2017