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Saturday 23 August 2014

Frank Ocean: Clean home makes me happy

Frank Ocean

Frank Ocean has joked he’s happiest when his carpet is freshly vacuumed.

The singer is known for tracks such as Pyramids and Sweet Life, but it seems the star has a passion for more than just music.

Frank took to Twitter to inform his followers he likes to keep his house super tidy,

“nothing like fresh vacuum lines on carpet (sic),” his tongue-in-cheek post read.

Fans and fellow celebrities alike were quick to retweet the confession.

Katy Perry agreed with the 25-year-old’s love of tidiness.

“The ocd in me loves you (sic),” she jokingly responded.

Katy also took to the social networking site to make a play on words using Taylor Swift’s I Knew You Were Trouble hit.

“I knew you were truffle when you walked in #dinnertime (sic),” the Firework singer wrote.

Katy’s joke was immediately retweeted by country star Taylor.

The 23-year-old blonde is currently on the US leg of her Red Tour.

Whereas the shows are going well, it can be bittersweet that the concerts are so popular.

“That San Antonio crowd was amazing and SO loud. Now I'm stuck in my own concert traffic, which is a conflicting feeling (sic),” Taylor mused.

Her tour moves on to Canada next and finishes in Australia in December.

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