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Katy Perry’s Disgusted Reaction To Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino Is All Of Us

Katy Perry stopped squirting whipped cream out of her nipples quite some time ago, but that doesn’t mean she’s sworn off sweets.

The 32-year-old singer, who takes her self-proclaimed unicorn status seriously, decided to hop on board this week’s hottest trend: Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino.

The Unicorn Frappuccino is taking newsfeeds by storm, presumably because it was invented for the sheer purpose of filling Instagram with cups of multi-colored froth that make Tumblr-enthusiasts squeal and cynical 20-somethings roll their eyes so far into the backs of the head, they go blind.

Katy Perry posted a video of her trying her “own blood” on her Instagram story and her reaction leads toward the latter take on the drink.

Katy Perry, who looks like a flawless, grown-up version of JonBenét Ramsay* with her new blonde hair, slurps up her pink and blue drink, ponders the taste and spits it out, all while never breaking eye contact with the camera.

*She does. That’s a thing people say.

According to Starbucks, the Unicorn Frappuccino is a sweet and salty créme Frap, blended with pink powder and mango syrup. The cup has blue sour syrup drizzled along its sides and it’s topped with whipped cream and sour blue and pink powder.

Personally, I always pictured unicorn blood as the silver Elixir of Life liquid described in “Harry Potter,” but I guess this Lisa Frank rendition makes sense, too.


People on Twitter shared their reactions to the Unicorn Frap and they’re basically just written versions of Katy’s spit video.

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So, all in all, the moral of the story is always trust everything Katy Perry does and says and the Unicorn Frappuccino is simply just a pricey Instagram post.

But, hey, no judgment if you’re trying to get those likes. Ya gotta do what ya gotta do.

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Stephanie Ironson is the Deputy Entertainment Editor at Elite Daily. She is a Penn State graduate and Hogwarts alum. All puns are intended. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @sironson.
Stephanie Ironson is the Deputy Entertainment Editor at Elite Daily. She is a Penn State graduate and Hogwarts alum. All puns are intended. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @sironson.

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