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Certification

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MPAA Rated PG for some suggestive content, language, thematic elements and brief smoking
Certification

Sex & Nudity

  • Katy Perry wears several short outfits that reveal nearly bare legs and some cleavage. In one dress, a short rifle barrel is attached to each breast area and these shoot out whipped cream or thick soapsuds. One outfit also reveals partial buttocks.
  • There are a couple of instances of the skirts of female backup dancers flying up to reveal briefs.
  • The star's mother looks horrified at a song, "I Kissed a Girl" (the repeating lyric is, "I kissed a girl; I liked it"). She also says she will not watch Perry on TV if Perry has half her clothes off.
  • A female singer sings repeatedly, "Are you brave enough to let me see your peacock?" while backup singers repeat "peacock" 20 times and we see adults in the audience laughing.
  • A female trainer stretches a singer's thigh muscles. Staffers watch and laugh, saying the action looks inappropriate (like being in stirrups in an OB-GYN office).

Violence & Gore

  • Two different women portray a comically awkward teenager with huge braces on her teeth, a halo dental apparatus, blotchy skin and broken glasses.
  • At a Japanese restaurant, a woman eats a live crayfish.

Profanity

  • A repeated sexual euphemism ("peacock" in reference to "penis" repeated over 20 times in a song) and 13 religious exclamations.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A dinner scene features a dozen men and women drinking tropical alcoholic drinks.
  • Russel Brand is shown with a cigarette.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A couple of emotional scenes when Katy is crying or upset. In one scene, Katy talks to a little boy from the Make-a-Wish Foundation whose wish was to meet her. Some people might be a bit emotional when Katy is speaking of her heartbreak with Russell Brand.

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