Katy Perry is still riding high off the successes of her first two Teenage Dream singles: the VMA-nominated "California Gurls" and "Teenage Dream." Now fans are hankering to know what she might release next from the album, but Perry is keeping that detail under wraps.
But she did leave fans with a hint, describing the video for the next single as "touching."
With an emotional track lined up, Perry also has some plans to tour sometime next year. "I hope that it's going to engage all of your senses: sight, sound, smell, taste, touch," she explained, adding that she had a warning for anyone who has been trying to take a bite out of her scented cotton-candy album cover. "It smells good, but you can't eat the album. I've had people eating the album, and I can't take responsibility for that."
Perry also revealed how excited she's been with the response to the album and its singles. "There's not many more places to go than #1," she said. "There's number zero, but that could be a Catch-22."