Katy Perry is coming back to the UK in 2014 as part of her ‘Prismatic World Tour’. Shortly after announcing the first batch of dates the ‘Firework’ star added some more a few days later.
We also got an idea that during the tour of the UK Katy Perry will have the opportunity to get closer to her fans than ever before and earlier this morning (17th December) we found out some more.
Katy Perry appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw and the songstress spoke about how excited she was to kick off the tour.
The tour which kicks off on the 7th of May in Belfast will give the singer the opportunity to do things she’s never done on tour before.
Speaking on the radio show she said: “You should see the stage that I’ve built for this tour – it is so exciting. It’s literally in the audience. I can be as close or as far as I want.”
“[Touring is] a little bit harder than you think but it’s overall very satisfying and exciting… for the tour I’ve begun to develop this idea of spontaneous crowd interaction, bringing people on the stage. Which is exciting because I think I have a good intuition so if one of them has crazy eyes I’ll leave them off.”
Katy Perry also spoke about how she spends her time while she’s in the UK and confessed that she loves a high tea because it’s so British:
“I like to soak in the tradition and the culture that is the great England. I like to have high tea, which we don’t even have [in American].”
She continued: “We have happy hour, but I think you guys have that too. I think you guys are always doing something concerning food, like high tea or breakfast or lunch or happy hour.”
“I have had tea at Claridge’s [hotel] which was really nice. I try and do it every single time. I love those sandwiches that have no crusts on them, and they’re so fancy.”
“But when I grew up and went to school, you could always tell who the rich kids were – the kids who the moms took all the crusts off. I had crusts!”
Watch the official music video for ‘Unconditionally’ below which is the second single to be lifted from ‘Prism’.