It’s a quid pro quo, Katy Perry

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Whoever in Katy Perry’s management decided to make that call to include the famous images of the Taal Volcano and its surroundings in her music video “Roar” deserves a hearty pat on the back.

I just love the idea that our country is getting more exposure through any valuable means. And what better way than through a music video from one of the hottest Pop artists around today?

Given the idea that a quick flash of the Taal Volcano was hardly noticeable, it still would undeniably get nature lovers and travelers curious as to its whereabouts and perhaps entice them to come visit our country.

Without her even half trying, Katy Perry’s latest music video has done the Department of Tourism a great PR job! Time for that government agency to do its own homework?

One thing sure, though, is that the next time Katy Perry holds a one-night concert here, she will use that same backdrop of the Taal Volcano which will obviously please immensely her local fans.

It’s a “quid pro quo” after all, Katy Perry!

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  • jus_sayinagain

    True, Taal lake and the volcano is pretty.

    About the writer and his article, shallow and wishful thinking. The scene on the video looks painted. Katie Perry was most likely looking at a green screen during the shoot. If you haven’t been to Taal or don’t know about it, the scene from the video is easy to dismiss as a painted scene on a studio set.

    Yep, “our country is getting more exposure” among pinoys who know about Taal in the first place. LOL.

    Easy to forget that the last time Katy Perry was here and was asked about it in Hollywood she said the terrible experience of the chicken bomb left her in tears. That’s not good.

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