Backpack Kid & Bag Raiders' Meme Featured In Katy Perry's New Music Video

Backpack Kid & Bag Raiders' Meme Featured In Katy Perry's New Music Video

"Swish Swish" is the third single release from Katy's Witness album, which dropped last June.

Kary Perry released the video for her new song, "Swish Swish," on Thursday. Feels a little too literal to me.

The "Swish Swish" video centers on a basketball game between the star-studded Sheep and Tigers. The video isn't great-well, it's bad, honestly-but it does at least feel like Katy Perry in all her messy glory. Doesn't this remind you of the moment in Mean Girls when Regina writes her own name in the Burn Book using a red pen.and underlines it?

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At first Katy Perry's team is awful. Let's not forget that time she bleached her hair and everyone freaked out because it just did not go with her acoustic guitar playing, horseback riding, rich prep personality at all. If not, just trust me: it's really, really amusing and probably later today it'll hit you and you'll just fall right out.

The other team is led by Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson (the Mountain on "Game of Thrones)".

"We're incredibly lucky to have her", English said. Oh, the teams are coached by Terry Crews and Molly Shannon, which is a thing I wish wasn't happening, but it just is, and we all have to deal with it. You'll remember that Tay's "Bad Blood" music video, which was aimed at Katy, featured a guest list of famous actresses and supermodels. Also, some of the wrestlers from Netflix's GLOW are there as cheerleaders and Nicki Minaj makes a brief cameo in an outfit plucked right out of Final Fantasy 13. Perry is one of many stars nominated for a MTV VMA Award this Sunday. "Look what you made me do", is what abusers say, both in real life and in Oxygen made-for-TV movies.

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