March 22, 2012 10:21

Katy Perry goes to war in new 'Part Of Me' video – watch

Promo for the seventh single to be taken from 'Teenage Dream' is now online

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Katy Perry has unveiled the new video for 'Part Of Me', the seventh single to be taken from 'Teenage Dream'.

The track, which is set to take the Number One spot in the UK Singles Chart this weekend, was released in the UK last Sunday (March 18).

In the video, Perry witnesses her boyfriend cheating on her with another girl. Incensed by what she has just seen, she confronts him. We then see a distressed Perry cutting her hair off in a toilet before running off to join the army.

You can watch a camo-clad Perry in the video, which also depicts the 'California Gurls' singer fighting in a war-zone, by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

'Teenage Dream', Perry's 2010 second album, is set to be re-released as a deluxe version on March 26. 'The Complete Collection' contains all twelve tracks from the original album, including hit singles 'Firework' and 'California Gurls', and three brand new songs.

The deluxe edition will also feature re-workings on tracks from the original version, including 'E.T.' featuring Kanye West and 'Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F)' featuring Missy Elliot.

Perry announced earlier this month that she is planning to release a 3D concert movie this summer. The film, which will be titled Katy Perry: Part Of Me, has been made in conjunction with Paramount and is named after her most recent single.

The singer also confirmed earlier this year that she has signed a deal with Electronic Arts, the company behind the best-selling computer game The Sims. The deal means that Perry will appear in a host of games in The Sims franchise and in themed content as well as 'virtual goods'.


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