Katy's tour de fun

US popstar Katy Perry has toured four continents and done more than 130 shows as part of her Prismatic World Tour.

She will be bringing it to Singapore next Monday at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

On stage, she treats fans to elaborate and whimsical costumes as well as over-the-top concert sets and backdrops.

But for the 30-year-old, the fun does not stop once the curtains fall.

We check out Perry's offstage activities around the globe.


Perry joined in the fun at Tokyo's recently opened first Taco Bell outlet.

With a chic jacket draped over her shoulder and a black face mask, she joined an hour-long queue, waiting with eager Japanese who were at the fast-food restaurant to load up on tacos, burritos and quesadillas.

Based on her creative location tag on her Instagram photo, posted days after her two shows in Tokyo late last month, we know she probably headed straight for a Crunchwrap Supreme (tortilla with beef and cheese).

She declared: "You can take the girl out of America but you can't take the Taco Bell out of the girl, okuurrrr".


And we thought we would never see Perry's infamous Super Bowl Halftime Show dancer Left Shark ever again.

It resurfaced, but not in the form you would expect when she attended Coachella in California, US, last month during a brief break before heading to Asia.

Perry posed with a recycling bin that bore an uncanny resemblance to Left Shark and captioned the photo: "Spotted @leftshark doing community service @coachella".


Perry took time to visit museums and art galleries, including Queensland Gallery of Modern Art in Australia and Vienna's Imperial Treasury in Austria.

She said in an interview in March: "When I was a little younger, it was all about going to the club and (being) like, 'Hey, what's up?'.

"Now we have transitioned into going to museums, which is really fun.

"Sometimes, I will take advantage of the success and be like, 'Use my name, I want to get the guy who actually put the exhibition in to do a tour!'"


Is somebody not feeding Perry?

It is not enough that she got really close to Italy's iconic monument in February, she pretended to eat it too.

This article was first published on May 6, 2015.
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