Katy Perry teases she is working on new music

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 19 December 2016
Katy Perry

Katy Perry

Katy Perry has teased she is working on new music, and teased the news on her Instagram account over the weekend

Katy Perry has teased she is working on new music.

The 32-year-old singer songwriter has hinted she is set to release new material in the near future as she shared a string of videos on her social media account over the weekend of her in the recording studio with fellow musicians.

The brunette beauty posted a clip of her with her tooth coloured in with a black marker pen to her Instagram Story, which only stays on the site for 24 hours, whilst she is captured singing.

The 'Roar' hitmaker gave a sneak peek into what could be a new release, as she sang the lyric: "Don't be scared to."

This post was then followed by another clip of a guitar being strummed, which she captioned "OMG instruments".

And during the second video other vocals can be heard in the background.

Katy previously revealed she was planning to unveil new songs in the wake of the American Presidential election, which saw Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton, who Katy is a devoted supporter of, to be the new leader of the USA.

Speaking previously about her musical plans, Katy said: "It's funny, sometimes people who disagree with me just say, 'Shut up and sing.' Boy, will I do so in a whole new way... next year. Hell hath no fury like a woman REBORN."

Meanwhile, the musician, who is currently dating actor Orlando Bloom, has sparked rumours the pair have got engaged as Katy has been seen sporting a jewel on her wedding finger in New York City last month.

Speaking about the couple's romance, a source said: "She (Katy) walked with her left hand leading her, and bent her hand to show off the large sparkler to the cameras. They seemed proud to show off their happiness ... Katy's mood was better than [I] had seen before. Katy was happy and laughing, joking with Orlando and pals as they got into the car. They seemed proud to show off their happiness."

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