Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

See Katy Perry Freak Out Museum Guests With Bizarre Prank

Today, Vanity Fair posted a video titled "Katy Perry Goes Undercover as an Art Exhibit at the Whitney Museum", which nearly describes the actual footage therein. The second single she dropped from the album was "Bon Appetit".

The singer hid under a table in a small room with her head poking through and covered with a cloche.

Blasberg removed the serving dish to reveal the pop star's head and Perry began chatting to fans as they asked questions about the weird and creepy installation.

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Katy Perry is seriously going all out for Witness promo!

At this point, everyone knows that Katy Perry is not afraid to make a show-stopping entrance-whether that be via her outfits or in her music videos. We've seen this through her insane fashion and outrageous music videos, and her latest song, 'Bon Appetit' gives weird a whole new meaning!

"Buy my new song", Katy tells one crowd member.

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She released a freaky music video for the single last week that featured a group of chefs kneading her body like pizza dough and putting her in a giant pot to boil.

Last weekend, the Firework singer uploaded a video of herself hanging out with Miley Cyrus at KIIS-FM's Wango Tango concert in Los Angeles.

It's been a busy few months for Perry, who just announced her album Witness will be released June 9.

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