Twitter announced today (June 16) that Katy is officially the first person to reach 100 million followers on the platform - ever!
The singer made her Twitter debut in 2009, and has been an active user since. That's a 10 percent increase from what the CEO initially claimed.
To celebrate Katy's achievement, Twitter posted a video on their own official account of some of Katy's greatest tweets over the years.
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Twitter now has 319 million monthly active users. Twitter celebrated the major milestone with a video of some of her tweets over the years.
Congratulations @katyperry, the first to reach 100 million followers!
Perry recently released her latest album "Witness", and with it, has been moving toward what she has previously referred to as a more "socially conscious" kind of pop. The tour is scheduled to begin in the U.S.in September, and the United Kingdom tour will be the concluding leg of the show.
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During the event, fans were able to watch Perry live in a house in real time as she did everything from entertain famous friends to engage in a therapy session. On the show, she discussed about having suicidal thoughts earlier and even wrote a song in reference to that, By the Grace of God, back in 2013.
Katy Perry's former arch rival Taylor Swift is not too far behind with an impressive 85 million followers.
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