The 'One That Got Away' crooner is expected to release the 'Teenage Dream' repackage in the United States on March 13.
Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" re-release has got an official title and release date. In Amazon, the repackage of the 2010 summer album is subtitled "The Complete Confection" and listed as a goodie that will be made available for purchase in the United States on March 13.
Katy reworked some unreleased songs from her scrap pile for the "Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection". Back in October 2011, it's confirmed that the estranged wife of Russell Brand teamed up with top-notch producer Christopher "Tricky" Stewart to touch up the leftovers.
The music maker revealed one song they have reworked. "This song is really special. It's called 'Dressing Up,' so it's going to be a big record, I think," he said. "It definitely fits. It's right there in what her sensibilities are as a musician and a songwriter. She doesn't change much. She has a very keen musical taste. It'll be really good."
Katy Perry herself has just wrapped up her lengthy California Dreams tour. She closed the gig on January 22 at SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds in Manila, Philippines. "Thanks for an AMAZING FINAL CDT date Manila! Sorry to keep u waiting earlier... had to solve a security issue, but THE SHOW WENT SPLENDIDLY!" she wrote on Twitter.