Katy Perry videography

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Katy Perry at the premiere of Katy Perry: Part of Me in June 2012

American singer Katy Perry has released two video albums and has appeared in various music videos, films, television shows, and television commercials. After appearing in several music videos between 2004 and 2007, including "Goodbye for Now" and "Cupid's Chokehold", a video for "Ur So Gay" was released to introduce her to the music industry.[1] In 2008, she released videos for "I Kissed a Girl" and "Hot n Cold", both taken from her second album One of the Boys. Videos for "Thinking of You" and "Waking Up in Vegas" were released the following year.

Perry's third album Teenage Dream (2010) spawned the single "California Gurls", whose music video is set in the fictional land of "Candyfornia" and features rapper Snoop Dogg. The Yoann Lemoine-directed video "Teenage Dream" depicts her as a euphoric teenager. Her "Firework" video is based on self-empowerment, and won the MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year.[2] The video for "E.T." takes place in outer space, and features rapper Kanye West. Perry also released "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)"—a video based on a hangover after a house party—and "The One That Got Away"—which focuses on flashbacks of days with a deceased lover. In 2012, she reissued her third album as Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection, and also released videos for the singles "Part of Me" and "Wide Awake". The following year, Perry released her fourth studio album Prism, with "Roar" as its lead single, whose music video features her in a jungle after a plane crash. The video for her next single, "Unconditionally", is based on unconditional love. In the "Birthday" video, she impersonates five different characters to entertain at birthday parties. She became the first artist to have multiple videos, "Dark Horse" and "Roar", each gain one billion views on Vevo.[3][4][5]

In addition to her music videos, Perry has voiced Smurfette in The Smurfs (2011) and its sequel The Smurfs 2 (2013). Her autobiographical documentary Katy Perry: Part of Me (2012) follows her through the California Dreams Tour and the breakdown of her marriage to comedian Russell Brand.[6][7] In the United States, the film is the eighth highest-grossing documentary of all time.[8] She has appeared in television shows, including in guest judging roles in American Idol and The X Factor, as well as hosting Saturday Night Live in December 2011. Perry has additionally starred in episodes for the television shows How I Met Your Mother, Raising Hope, and The Simpsons, and won the People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Guest Star for her appearance in How I Met Your Mother.[9]

Music videos

Title Year Other performer(s) credited Director(s) Description Ref.
"The Box" 2005 None Glen Ballard Promotional music video filmed for an unreleased album that Perry worked on with Ballard. [10]
"Simple" 2005 None Glen Ballard Promotional music video filmed for an unreleased album that Perry worked on with Ballard. [10]
"Long Shot" 2005 None Glen Ballard Promotional music video filmed for an unreleased album that Perry worked on with Ballard. [10]
"A Cup of Coffee" 2005 None Glen Ballard Promotional music video filmed for an unreleased album that Perry worked on with Ballard. [10]
"It's Okay to Believe" 2005 None Glen Ballard Promotional music video filmed for an unreleased album that Perry worked on with Ballard. [10]
"Diamonds" 2005 None Glen Ballard Promotional music video filmed for an unreleased album that Perry worked on with Ballard. [10]
"Thinking of You" (Original version) 2007 None Walter May Uses a cross-cutting technique to compare two relationships. [11]
"Ur So Gay" 2007 None Walter May A low-budget video in which two dolls play the roles of Perry and her boyfriend during the video. [11]
"I Kissed a Girl" 2008 None Kinga Burza Features Perry and various flamboyantly-dressed women dancing to the song. DJ Skeet Skeet and a then-unknown Kesha appear in the music video. [12]
"Hot n Cold" 2008 None Alan Ferguson Stars Perry as a bride about to get married to her fiancé, Alexander, who flees the altar before saying his vows. Perry's parents Keith Hudson and Mary Perry appear in the video, as well as Shannon Woodward and Jadyn Maria who play bridesmaids. [13]
"Thinking of You" (Commercial version) 2009 None Melina Matsoukas Perry portrays a young woman whose lover was killed in France during World War II and reminisces of times with her deceased lover. Matt Dallas plays Perry's soldier boyfriend. [14]
"Waking Up in Vegas" 2009 None Joseph Kahn Follows Perry and her love interest while they are in Las Vegas, Nevada. Through gambling, they win a large amount of money, only to lose it all and argue. Joel David Moore stars as Perry's lover. Penn and Teller, Daniel Negreanu, Gavin, and George J. Maloof, Jr. make cameos in the video. [15]
"Starstrukk" 2009 3OH!3 Marc Klasfeld and Steve Jocz 3OH!3 sit at a fountain and retrieve coins that have been thrown in, causing women to begin pursuing them. In other scenes, Perry and 3OH!3 sing together in front of the fountain. During her verse, Perry dances underneath the fountain at night. [16]
"If We Ever Meet Again" 2010 Timbaland Paul "Coy" Allen Follows an art thief and a jewellery thief. Perry and Timbaland sing and dance together in a black room. Both thieves are arrested by police. At the end of the video, the thieves retrieve the stolen items. [17]
"California Gurls" 2010 Snoop Dogg Mathew Cullen Takes place in the fictional land of Candyfornia. Perry frees various women held in candy-related traps. She defeats Snoop Dogg's army of gummy bears using a whipped-cream bra. [18]
"Teenage Dream" 2010 None Yoann Lemoine Filmed in Perry's hometown of Santa Barbara, California and features her friends. She drives in a car with a boyfriend before going to the beach. At the end of the video, the couple swim in a pool and kiss underwater. [19]
"Firework" 2010 None Dave Meyers Filmed in Budapest. There are various shots of young people from around the city tackling their insecurities. At the end, Perry and the youth of the city dance in the courtyard of Buda Castle as fireworks burst from their chests. Perry dedicated the video to the It Gets Better Project. [20]
"E.T." 2011 Kanye West Floria Sigismondi West floats around in a spacecraft, while Perry portrays an alien who lands on an abandoned planet Earth. She approaches a robot which turns into a human male, with whom Perry walks into the distance with. Perry's love interest in the video is played by Shaun Ross. [21]
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" 2011 None Marc Klasfeld and Danny Lockwood Perry portrays nerdy teenager Kathy Beth Terry. In a flashback, Kathy Beth Terry hears a party going on from Rebecca Black's house. Black pulls her inside and gives her a makeover. The entire gathering eventually moves to Terry's house. Stars Rebecca Black as herself, Darren Criss as Aaron Christopherson, Kevin McHale as Everett McDonald, Corey Feldman and Debbie Gibson as Kathy Beth Terry's parents, Kirk and Tiffany Terry, Kenny G as Uncle Kenny, and Hanson as themselves. [22]
"The One That Got Away" 2011 None Floria Sigismondi Begins with Perry as an elderly woman who reminisces of her former lover and the couple's argument, resulting in her boyfriend leaving. Her old boyfriend is seen driving away, before accidentally driving off a cliff. Perry's older self approaches the cliff and holds hands with a vision of him, before he disappears and she sadly walks away. Stars Diego Luna as Perry's deceased former lover. [23]
"Part of Me" 2012 None Ben Mor Perry witnesses her boyfriend cheating on her with a co-worker. She sees a sign encouraging women to become Marines. She enlists in the Marine Corps, and goes through vigorous training. [24]
"Wide Awake" 2012 None Tony T. Datis Starts with Perry going to her dressing room, which changes into a labyrinth with various obstacles. She eventually reaches the exit and escapes. The setting changes back to Perry's dressing room, before she rises on stage to perform. [25]
"Roar" 2013 None Grady Hall and Mark Kudsi Perry plays a woman whose plane crashes into a deserted island. Her boyfriend is attacked by a tiger which Perry tames at the end of the video. [26]
"Unconditionally" 2013 None Brent Bonacorso Features scenes of Perry singing in the snow, as well as being hit by a car and on fire which are used to symbolize the feeling of unconditional love. [27]
"Who You Love" 2013 John Mayer Sophie Muller Features scenes of various couples riding a mechanical bull as Perry and Mayer sing together, before they ride it themselves with fireworks raining down behind them. [28]
"Dark Horse" 2014 Juicy J Mathew Cullen Set in Memphis, Egypt in Ancient Egypt. Stars Perry as Katy Pätra (inspired by Egyptian pharaoh Cleopatra) who is approached by multiple suitors attempting to win her heart, all of whom she turns into dust or otherwise eradicates. Perry dances on a stripper pole during Juicy J's verse. [29]
"Birthday" 2014 None Mark Klasfeld and Danny Lockwood Perry portrays five characters (an elderly woman named Goldie, a Jewish MC named Yosef Shulem, a clown named Kriss, an animal trainer named Ace, and a face-painter named Princess Mandee) at several birthday parties, whose guests are oblivious to her real identity. Stunts are then staged (such as a car crash outside a party and Perry dropping a cake on a man) to elicit reactions and Perry takes off her disguise at a young girl's party. [30]
"This Is How We Do" 2014 None Joel Kefali Features minimalistic scenes of Perry enacting many of the activities described in the song, integrated with scenes of Perry and dancers relaxing by the pool and wearing outfits inspired by Piet Mondrian. [31]
"Rise" 2016 None Paul Gore Perry is shown struggling to get a parachute to fly as she travels through canyons and water. [32]
"Chained to the Rhythm" 2017 Skip Marley Mathew Cullen Filmed at Six Flags Magic Mountain in California, Perry and the other attendees dance their way through the seemingly perfect amusement park, oblivious to the world around them. The video alludes to the political climate within the United States. [33]
"Bon Appétit" 2017 Migos Dent De Cuir Perry is prepared and served by chefs including Roy Choi as a meal while she sings her lyrics and Migos watches while rapping their verses. [34]
"Feels" 2017 Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams, and Big Sean Emil Nava Perry is shown on an island with Harris, Williams, and Sean and sings her lyrics while relaxing in a meadow. [35]
"Swish Swish" 2017 Nicki Minaj Dave Meyers Perry plays on a basketball team called "The Tigers" competing against "The Sheep" while Minaj performs during the game's halftime show. [36]
"Feels" (second video) 2017 Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams, and Big Sean Unknown Perry, Harris, Williams, and Sean are featured as a band playing the song in front of a live audience. [37]


Guest appearances

Title Year Performer(s) Description Ref.
"Broken" 2004 The Matrix Perry is seen singing the song's lyrics along with Adam Longlands [38]
"Goodbye for Now" 2006 P.O.D. Perry sings background vocals during the final chorus and appears at the end of the music video. [39]
"Learn to Fly" 2006 Carbon Leaf Perry stars as a girl who goes to see the band during a show. [40]
"Cupid's Chokehold" 2006 Gym Class Heroes (featuring Patrick Stump) Perry plays the love interest of Gym Class Heroes singer Travie McCoy [40]
"Bitch I'm Madonna" 2015 Madonna
(featuring Nicki Minaj)
Perry is featured miming the lyric "Bitch I'm Madonna" in the video. [41]

Video albums

Title Album details Description
MTV Unplugged Physical release contains a DVD of Perry performing acoustic renditions of tracks from One of the Boys plus a new song, "Brick by Brick", and Fountains of Wayne cover "Hackensack".[43]
The Prismatic World Tour Live Contains a DVD of Perry performing during her tour of the same name plus 30 minutes of exclusive extras.[44]

Filmography

Films

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
The Smurfs 2011 Smurfette Voice role [45]
Katy Perry: Part of Me 2012 Herself Documentary [46]
The Smurfs 2 2013 Smurfette Voice role [47]
Brand: A Second Coming 2015 Herself Documentary [48]
Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour 2015 Herself Concert film [7]
Katy Perry: Making of the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show 2015 Herself Documentary [49]
Jeremy Scott: The People's Designer 2015 Herself Documentary [50]
Zoolander 2 2016 Herself Cameo appearance [51][52]

Television

Title Year Role(s) Channel Notes Ref.
Wildfire 2008 Club singer ABC Family Episode: "Life's Too Short" [53]
The Young and the Restless 2008 Herself CBS Episode 8,914 [54]
American Idol 2010 Guest Judge Fox Season 9, Episode 5 [55]
The X Factor 2010 Guest Judge ITV Series 7, Episode 2 [56]
Saturday Night Live 2010 Musical guest NBC Episode: "Amy Poehler/Katy Perry" [57]
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2010 Herself ABC Episode: "Boys Hope/Girls Hope" [58]
The Simpsons 2010 Herself Fox Episode: "The Fight Before Christmas", Live-Action scene [59]
How I Met Your Mother 2011 Honey CBS Episode: "Oh Honey" [60]
Saturday Night Live 2011 Host, various roles NBC Episode: "Katy Perry/Robyn" [61]
Raising Hope 2012 Rikki Hargrove Fox Episode: "Single White Female Role-Model" [62]
Saturday Night Live 2013 Musical guest NBC Episode: "Bruce Willis/Katy Perry" [63]
David Blaine: Real or Magic 2013 Herself ABC Television special [64]
Kroll Show 2014 Herself Comedy Central Episode: "Blisteritos Presents Dad Academy Graduation Congraduritos Red Carpet Viewing Party" [65]
CMT Crossroads 2014 Herself CMT Episode: "Katy Perry and Kacey Musgraves" [66]

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Commercials

Company or product Year Description Ref.
ProSieben 2010 Perry performs "Teenage Dream" in the commercial, wearing a red dress similar to the one Marilyn Monroe wore in The Seven Year Itch. [67]
Proactiv 2010 Perry promotes Proactiv and speaks about her experience with acne problems and using the product. [68]
Adidas 2011 Perry appears in a series of commercials for Adidas as part of the company's "All Adidas" campaign. [69]
Adidas 2012 Perry's second advertisement for Adidas, also featuring David Beckham, Leo Messi, and Derrick Rose. Used as part of the "All In" campaign. [70]
Pepsi 2012 Shows clips from Katy Perry: Part of Me; used as part of Pepsi's "Live for Now" campaign. [71]
Capital FM 2012 Perry appears alongside other celebrities including Rihanna and Cheryl Cole in an advertisement for Capital FM. [72]
Popchips 2013 Appears in a digital commercial as part of the superhero team "Katy and the PopCats". With the help of the cats, Perry defeats the enemy potato chip manufacturer "Fat Cat" in the clip. [73]
Killer Queen by Katy Perry 2013 Perry appears in the commercial for her third fragrance, Killer Queen. In the commercial she stars as a queen who knocks away her assistants and kicks over a throne. [74]
2013 MTV Video Music Awards 2013 The commercial was used to promote Perry's performance of "Roar" at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. [75]
Walmart 2013 Used to promote Walmart and Perry's fourth album Prism. In the commercial, some of Perry's fans buy the record and are surprised to find her working at the checkout. [76]
CoverGirl 2014 "This Is How We Do" plays as Perry promotes the newest CoverGirl products. Also featured in other commercials as part of the company's 2014 campaign. [77]
Toyota Yaris 2015 The commercial was used to promote Toyota Yaris Thailand. Perry performed as four different character to drive Yaris. In addition, "This Is How We Do" was used in this commercial. [78]
H&M 2015 "Every Day Is a Holiday" plays as Perry sports various holiday-themed clothes from H&M. It was part of the clothing store's 2015 holiday campaign. [79][80]

Web

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Katy Perry Live: Witness World Wide 2017 Herself Four-day livestream event on YouTube featuring guests, interviews, and a concert [81]
Will You Be My Witness? 2017 Herself Behind-the-scenes YouTube Red special for "Katy Perry Live: Witness World Wide" [82]

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Sources

External links

  • Katy Perry's official Vevo channel on YouTube
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