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Keeping personal life private is like walking a tight-rope, says Katy Perry

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Pop-sensation Perry is one of the most followed celebrities on and we can safely say that privacy and Perry don't go hand in hand.

So, in a recent interview, the 33-year-old finally opened up about how she manages to maintain privacy given her worldwide stardom, reports E! Online.

While talking to reporters following a TCA panel for 'American Idol', Perry said, "It's really like walking a tightrope. You don't have to answer any question. You're not under oath, and even when you are, you know. So, you don't have to answer questions and you don't have to leave breadcrumbs all over if you don't want to. But, some people do that and need that and it's a tool and all that stuff."

While the 'Chained to the Rhythm' hit-maker is no stranger to social media, the revealed that she didn't anticipate the level of attention she would garner.

"Listen, all the fame stuff is just a byproduct of what I do. It's not what I sought out to do. I just wanted to tell stories and sing and connect with people," noted Perry.

Despite her popularity, she loves to go out and watch a movie or go to a museum and she has some tactics for staying undercover.

"I wear like an tracksuit. You know, like the one wears and wear, like they've worn their whole careers? That's the trick. Just wear like the same thing and nobody cares," revealed Perry.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Wed, January 10 2018. 15:05 IST