Katy Perry Sheer Body SuitBy The Editor on June 18, 2012
Katy Perry seems to be getting over the Russell Brand era just fine. Here she is wearing a nude body suit but then playing the part of ENF while everyone checked her out. She has a movie coming out called Part of Me. What part of her do you want to see?
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