For most Americans, nothing tops some good old fashion fireworks on the Fourth of July. But in the nearly two and a half centuries since America was born, we're guessing our nation's birthday has never seen a "Firework" display quite like the one Katy Perry is about to put on.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Katy Perry has announced the details of her upcoming 3-D concert film and the newly christened "Katy Perry: Part of Me" is set to hit theaters around the Fourth of July. George Washington would be so proud.
Of course, Perry didn't reveal the exact date of "Katy Perry: Part of Me's" theatrical release; you have to play these things close to the chest sometimes, especially when that chest has a tendency to fire off high intensity flares.
But Perry, who made the announcement during last night's 2012 Kids' Choice Awards on Nickelodeon, couldn't help teasing the notion of celebrating America's founding in the most American way possible: By making some serious money at the box office. "Go and see it and be a firework," she told the red carpet crowd, referring to her hit single "Firework."
Perry also teased the possibility of another appearance of her popular character from "The Smurfs," Smurfette, a performance which won her the Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie. "The only reason why I'm still here today is because I've never grown up," she said. "I can't wait to do 'Smurfs 2.'"
We can only imagine the fireworks display that occasion might inspire.