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Katy Perry gave fans an unforgettable and lasting experience ahead of the release of her latest single.
The 34-year-old “Roar” singer held a special preview event in Los Angeles on Wednesday night ahead of the release of “Never Really Over,” according to Page Six.
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The event is included of a live performance, a screening of the video and a Q&a session, the outlet reported. A number of fans had the added bonus of getting the bringing together of tattoos with Perry.
One of the lucky fans, Matheus Rodrigues, tweeted photos of the tattoos on their hands — every person with half of a broken heart.
The photos show that in the heart of Perry’s right hand is the word “wrong”, while in the core on Rodrigues’ hand is the word ‘you’.
“@katyperry thank you for being the most adorable and beautiful person of the world.I love you so much, it’s an honor to get my first tattoo ever with you. MATCHING TATTOOS FOR LIFE, and our connection #NeverReallyOver,” he wrote Wednesday night.
Katy Perry got a tattoo with a number of her fans on Wednesday in the run up to the release of her latest single “Never Really On.” It will be her first single released in two years. (Photo by Lester Cohen/Getty Images for Capitol Records)
On Thursday morning, Perry responded to her fan saying: “it was the best and you wasn’t even a mess! Love you and love spending that ‘quality time’ with you, our connection #NeverReallyOver.”
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According to Page Six, the broken heart is a part of the design for the “Never Really Over,” along with a yin and yang symbol and a sun.
Perry reportedly gets a tattoo at the end of each of her musical journey, which has led to four tattoos, including a strawberry, peppermint swirl, a cartoon rainbow triangle and a Saturn view.
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“Never Really Over” is set to be released on midnight on Friday. A first impression of the music video was broadcast on “Good Morning America” on Thursday.