Katy Perry goes undercover as an art exhibit

Visitors at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art expected a low-key afternoon admiring masterworks. However, they were treated to a strange encounter with Katy Perry, who took up exhibition space and posed as the album art from her single “Bon Appetit.” Vanity Fair’s Derek Blasberg rounded up museum goers and led them to a room promising an art installation by “Katheryn Hudson,” Perry’s birth name.

The volunteers are shuffled into a small, dark room baring the table, before Blasberg removes the metal dome, revealing Perry’s head. In a video of the prank, some of the visitors looked a little lost, others applauded, and many others didn’t know what to say as Perry’s disembodied head started singing The Sound of Music soundtrack and “I’m A Little Teapot.”



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