Katy Perry is "pleased" with her "mature" album.
The singer is working on her fourth studio album, 'Prism' which will take on more adult themes.
She told ABC: "I am plenty pleased with everything I'm writing. And it's, you know, I think it's going to be a little bit more of a mature version of "Teenage Dream. I call it adult reality show."
Katy has no intention of directing making the full-time switch from music to direct films any time soon.
She said: "I'm like the director in where I'm at in music rite now. I get final cut. And I don't know if I'd have that in the other world."
The 28-year-old - who reprises her role as the voice of Smurfette in 'Smurf's 2' - claims her iconic character draws comparisons to her own life.
Katy explained: "She has an identity crisis.
Growing pains thing. Who am i? Where do I come from? Does it matter what situation i was born into? Can I change my environment? You can. I came from nothing. No one in my family is musical. I worked really hard and had this persistence."
The multi-talented star finds it easy to switch between her singing voice and her Smurfette impression, and on occasion likes to take the character home.
She said: "I do it every once in a while at dinner parties. Like I have hidden personalities inside of me. It's unlike my singing voice. I warm up and use lotions and potions. When I'm smurfette, I don't warm up. And I can drink coffee. It's a little more raspy and gravelly. More tomboy sounding."