Katy Perry leaks fake Superbowl song
Katy Perry has a leaked a fake song on her Twitter account, claiming to be the track she will perform during her half time set at the Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday (01.02.15).
Katy Perry has leaked a fake song claiming to be the track she will perform at the Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday (01.02.15).
The 'Roar' hitmaker - who will take to the stage at half time during the big game between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks in Glendale, Arizona - posted a link to a preview of the track on her Twitter page which even featured a voiceover from her show guest, Lenny Kravtiz.
The spoof song - in which the 30-year-old singer describes herself as "hairy" and "scary", while Kravtiz promotes T Mobile and talks about pollution - was first posted online by comedy writer Tim Heidecker before Katy shared the song with her 64.1 million followers.
The video is captioned: "LEAKED MATERIAL DO NOT SHARE - SONG TO DEBUT DURING SUPERBOWL 2015 - RESTRICTED obtained by Tim Heidecker with JP. HASSON."
In the hilarious track, the brunette beauty can also be heard giving the teams pointers.
She sings: "Don't have to dribble, you pass the ball/ You run the ball, you go to the end zone/ To score the points."
It isn't the first time a fake track has been released ahead of a headliner's performance at the prestigious event.
In 2012, Tim - who is the brains behind comedy shows 'Tom Goes to the Mayor' and 'Tim & Eric's Bedtime Stories' - released a rap track which he claimed had been composed for Madonna's half-time set.
The fake song 'Abracadabralifornia' was also 'leaked' ahead of the Red Hot Chili Peppers performance at the event last year.