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Katy Perry: 'My teeth are terrible!'

Published 25/11/2015

Katy Perry
Katy Perry

Katy Perry likes "creating characters" while choosing what to wear.

Katy Perry refers to her crooked lower teeth as "the bane of my beauty existence", noting they resemble the shape of a mountain range.

The stunning Dark Horse singer is considered to be one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, but she still has insecurities.

"I want my lower teeth to be perfect," she told InStyle magazine, noting extensive dental work to get them fixed is not an option for her. "I never had braces and it's hard as an adult to commit to them."

Katy's dreams of having straight, orderly teeth in her lower jaw creates frustration for her sometimes, with the star lamenting: "Those teeth are the bane of my beauty existence. It's like the Rocky Mountains in there!"

Katy has extraordinary vision when it comes to style, having been the recipient of the Red Carpet Fashion Icon trophy at the Teen Choice Awards in 2012, and she is also a close friend of acclaimed Moschino designer Jeremy Scott.

While performing shows on The Prismatic World Tour earlier this year, Katy had over 275 colourful costumes to choose from and she is looking to create a host of other exciting looks for future shows.

"Right now I'm in a period of absorbing, of research and development before I go into the studio and write the songs I want to write," she explained. "I'm such a fan of Tumblr and that's where I get a lot of my ideas. My last green colour came from Tumblr, well, and Oscar the Grouch.

"I have so many tools to play with now but I love creating characters and really strong, bold looks.

"Sometimes when I go out on stage, I feel like a caricature of myself from a cartoon, like a living anime character."

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