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Katy Perry: Jeremy Scott twinning rules

Published 10/09/2015

Jeremy Scott and Katy Perry
Jeremy Scott and Katy Perry

Katy Perry and Jeremy Scott have laughed about the songstress turning into a pumpkin when she takes off the clothes he designed for her.

The 30-year-old Teenage Dream singer is close friends with the fashion designer. In fact, they have such a bond that they even wore matching black outfits to the premiere of his new documentary Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer at the famous TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Tuesday night.

This isn’t the first time the superstar friends have worn matching threads in public, and it won’t be the last.

“We’re matching… We’re twinning. I think that’s the word on the street these days,” Katy smiled, according to Variety. “Jeremy is always so kind to let me borrow things. Because I turn into a pumpkin at midnight.”

Jeremy was enthused by Katy’s Cinderella reference, quipping in response to her statement: “The most beautiful pumpkin you’ve ever seen”.

While Katy donned a black gown he designed to the event, Jeremy wore the masculine tuxedo version of the outfit, topping both pieces off with Swarovski crystals “so it would sparkle and shine”.

Jeremy and Katy have worked together numerous times before and he even created the outfits for her Super Bowl XLIX halftime performance earlier this year.

Jeremy hopes his designs for her “turn up the volume on all the wonderful things she’s trying to say” with her music.

“Definitely the flame for the Super Bowl, because I felt really lit, and I felt like I was a torch, burning fire throughout the Super Bowl,” Katy gushed of her favourite designs from Jeremy. “I loved wearing the MET Ball dress. I loved the very first costume that he let me borrow, an ice cream dress, for Jeremy Scott. And everything has a sense of humour, and I just love that. Because I never really take myself too seriously at all.”

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