In a new interview with Elle magazine, Katy opened up about the insane amount of preparation that went into her Super Bowl halftime show and let's just say that 12.5-minute show took months to plan. That being the case, Katy is super emotionally invested in it and she's nervous to read about everyone playing Monday morning quarterback after her Super Bowl Sunday.
"In my show, I am boss daddy. I am boss mommy. They call me Boss," she tells the mag in the March issue, on stands February 17. She says that she's used to everything going past her for approval and when it came to the halftime show, the NFL called the shots.
"We love this opportunity, but once you decide you're gonna do the Super Bowl, you're gonna have no f**king life for six months. It is the biggest thing. Anyone that's ever done it has been scared s**tless. You stay off the Internet for the five days afterward."
Given that this interview was done before the show, hopefully Katy realized how flawless her performance was and is sitting on Twitter right this moment reading the rave reviews about it.