Part of Me singer Katy Perry has revealed that the release of Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection should not be considered as a new album. Katy admitted to MTV News that she is releasing Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection for her new fans.
Perry explained, "This isn't a reloaded album, it's not an album with eight songs that are new, it's not my third record. It's my second record, with a face-lift. I don't want it to feel contrived or manipulated. I had the idea to do a reissue, like that one last 'wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am."
She added, "Here's Teenage Dream, if you're on the edge of being a fan it's for that last push of like, 'Jump in with me. Why not? You've already bought five songs so you might as well complete your album!' Why I did it was because I know my fans always want more, so it's for the die-hard fan to have a nice, complete package."
Katy Perry recently revealed how she hopes that her duet, that she is planning to do, with Rihanna is something very iconic. It has also been confirmed that Katy Perry is set to release a 3D Concert Movie of her 2011 California Gurls Tour, later this year.
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