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Katy Perry is animated heroine in perfume commercial

Katy Perry is turned into an animated, medieval heroine in the ad for her new fragrance, Killer Queen's Royal Revolution.
By Danielle Haynes   |   July 9, 2014 at 9:25 PM   |   Comments

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LOS ANGELES, July 9 (UPI) -- Katy Perry's latest bold move involves the singer posing as a medieval heroine in an animated spot advertising her newest fragrance.

The video, which hawks Killer Queen's Royal Revolution perfume, is about 2 minutes long and features the singer as a kick-butt savior.

In the ad, the masked heroine infiltrates a castle to rescue a group of first-born daughters who are being transformed into mindless look-alikes by a piece of technology that certainly didn't exist during medieval times.

She's able to knock out her would-be captors with a quick spray of perfume -- is that supposed to be a selling point? -- and save herself and the other first-born daughters.

Killer Queen's Royal Revolution, which is sold in a blue, gem-shaped bottle, has top notes of pink freesia and red pomegranate, middle notes of sandalwood, orange flower and jasmine, and bottom notes of mystical blackthorn and vanilla orchid.


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