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ClearChannel’s iHeartRadio Album Release Party with Katy Perry

October 16, 2013 10:35 AM ET
Katy Perry
Katy Perry
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To say there's been a lot of anticipation surrounding the release of Katy Perry's third studio album, PRISM — well, that's kind of like saying pumpkins are popular around Halloween. The pop star has made an enormous "roar" in the months preceding her October 22 album release, with stunts ranging from a huge shiny gold van touting the date across the nation, to a slate of listening parties and social media contests. Given the success of the three singles already out from the set, plus her impressive guest list of artists (including Juicy J, Bonnie McKee, Dr. Luke, and others), PRISM seems poised to live up to the hype.

The day is almost — finally! -- here, and fans will be delighted to know that Perry is planning a major splash for the release day…one that she's inviting them to join in! The singer will be hosting a release party in conjunction with ClearChannel's iHeartRadio, at Los Angeles's brand-new iHeartRadio Theater that day, which will officially open its doors just for her shindig. Perry will not only perform at the event — officially dubbed "ClearChannel's iHeartRadio Album Release Party with Katy Perry" -- she'll field a Q&A session hosted by "X Factor" host Mario Lopez. And, the best part of all, the party will be streamed live online by Yahoo for all her fans to experience in its entirety.

So, be sure to check back Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m PT/9 p.m. ET exclusively at Yahoo Screen to join in the fun. You can also download the new Yahoo Screen app to watch the performance on your mobile device! Just visit here.

You'll get to see the whole event in its entirety — that's "unconditionally" in Perry-speak! Additionally, if you happen to miss anything, the party will also be televised on the CW Network October 25 at 9 p.m. ET.

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