Katy Perry has launched an official 'left shark' costume inspired by one of the backing dancers from her Super Bowl halftime show, who became an overnight internet sensation when he appeared to forget his dance moves live on air.
On Tuesday, the singer announced via Twitter that onesies resembling the large uncoordinated dancing fish from 2015’s Super Bowl halftime in the US show were available for purchase on her website. The Roar singer continues to cash in on her Super Bowl performance after releasing the $130 'official left shark onesie' inspired by her infamous back-up dancer.
Alongside a picture of the new product, she said: 'YOU CAN NOW BE A PROPER #LEFTSHARK WITH THIS OFFICIAL, GLORIOUS.'
The 30-year-old singer was joined by backing dancers dressed as surfboards, palm trees and beach balls, as well as the now-infamous shark duo, for her rendition of California Girls and Teenage Dream at the NFL final in February. Katy's dancing sharks stole the spotlight during the Super Bowl halftime show. The left shark became particularly popular after he appeared to have lost track of dance moves during performance and couldn't keep up with Katy.