Katy Perry has revealed that she is launching her own fragrance which she has named Purr.
The California Gurls singer announced that the perfume will come presented in a cat-shaped bottle with jewelled eyes and will be available this Autumn at Nordstorm stores and online via their website.
Perry's scent will allegedly contain notes of peach, apple and green bamboo, jasmine blossom and freesia, as well as rose, vanilla, orchid, white amber, sandalwood and musk.
The 25-year old, who unveiled the artwork for her second studio album Teenage Dream yesterday admitted that she was nervous about the project and kept the perfume a secret until it was complete.
Russell Brand's missus explained: "I kept wanting to tell someone! It wasn't just like, 'I love gardenias'. That would have been the easy route. I really wanted to develop a scent that was completely unlike anything I'd smelled before and not one that smelled like a knockoff of another scent."
"All things edible for me are also intriguing. So if there are little dancing strawberries, I will be happy. Peppermint is cute; cotton candy is adorable. We like to keep it cute and classy."
She added: "I am a product wh*re. I am a consumer of a multitude of beauty products and I’m always looking for the next great thing."
In other Katy Perry related news, the I Kissed A Girl hit maker's latest single Teenage Dream got it's official debut yesterday despite the track leaking last week.