The music video sees the singer ruling the jungle and making friends with wild animals after surviving a terrible plane crash.
The music video for Katy Perry's "Roar" has arrived. The music video opens with the 28-year-old singer and her male companion getting stranded in a jungle following a plane crash. After her male friend gets attacked by a tiger, Perry has to adapt to the wild life all by herself.
She eventually makes friends with animals and changes her way of living. She has fun with her new life as she is seen brushing an alligator's teeth, painting an elephant's nail and taking selfies with a monkey. She also tames a tiger and claims her throne as the queen of the jungle.
The music video for "Roar" came only a day after the song hit the top spot on Billboard 100, dethroning Robin Thicke's summer party anthem "Blurred Lines". The track gives Perry her eighth No. 1 single on the chart.
Perry delivered the first live TV performance of her chart-topping single at MTV Video Music Awards. She performed the song under the iconic Brooklyn bridge on Sunday, August 25.
"Roar" serves as the lead single off "Prism", Perry's upcoming new album that is scheduled to arrive on October 22.
Perry recently joined on-again boyfriend John Mayer to release a love song called "Who You Love". The track goes to "Paradise Valley", Mayer's newest album that was released last August and has so far peaked at Billboard 200's No. 2.
Katy Perry's "Roar" music video