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Entertainment News: News

Thu 5 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


It does have the word c–k in it, but art is also in fart! It’s all in how you look at it

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Katy Perry has long been a hit within the gay community after infectious debut his “I kissed a girl” which dabbled with the realms of bi-sexuality and now she is back with a new chart topper as she hopes her new song “peacock” will be a gay anthem.

Debuting her third single “Peacock” from her second album “Teenage Dream” the singer performed the song filled to the brim with sexual innuendos at the 2010 MTV World Stage show in Mayalasia.

Speaking about her third single to Entertainment Weekly, she said: : ”Are you brave enough to let me see your peacock?” over a supremely thumping “Hey Mickey”-ish beat. ”I’m hoping it will be a gay-pride anthem.

Peacocks represent a lot of individuality…. It’s not just like, ‘I wanna see your bulge. It does have the word c–k in it, but art is also in fart! It’s all in how you look at it.”

 

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