Katy Perry has revealed that she's definitely done more than just "kissed a girl" and we're all about it.
The singer spoke out at a Human Rights Campaign awards dinner, saying that her song 'I Kissed A Girl' was just the "tip of the sexuality iceberg" for her.
"I speak truths, and I paint my fantasies into these little bite-size pop songs. For instance, 'I kissed a girl and I liked it.' Truth be told, I did more than that," she told the audience.
Katy opened up about why she didn't come out about her sexuality and experiences sooner, saying that she initially kept her feelings "hidden" because she felt like "sleazy male journalists" would be all the story and it would be blown out of proportion.
She went on to say, "How was I going to reconcile that with a gospel-singing girl raised in youth groups that were pro-conversion camps? What I did know was I was curious, and even then I knew sexuality wasn’t … black and white."
“Honestly, I haven’t always gotten it right,” she continued. “But in 2008, when that song came out, I knew that I started a conversation, and a lot of the world seemed curious enough to sing along, too.”