Katy Perry’s “Bon Appétit” may have received a lukewarm reception, but the new music video for the track delivers the goods.
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“The Cure” abandons the middling singer-songwriter pap of recent single “Million Reasons” and abruptly shifts gears.
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Perry’s new music video offers up its subversive message with a spoonful of sugar.
Like the song itself, the single’s dreamy music video benefits from repeat visits.
Perry’s new single feels like the off-season summer smash we need right now.
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The video employs sexuality—and homosexuality—purely for the purpose of the male gaze.
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