Katy Perry Releases 'Part Of Me' Movie Poster

'From a hairbrush to a headliner,' singer tweets of image, which shows her singing into a hairbrush in her bedroom.

Katy Perry's "Part of Me" movie poster is super-colorful and a little kitschy. After teasing fans with pieces of the poster, she officially debuted the image on her Twitter.

"So happy to share with you the official #KP3D movie poster ... from a hairbrush to a headliner," she tweeted.

"Get ready, JULY 5TH!"

That "love who you are" message is represented on the poster itself, which features Perry in her PJs singing into a hairbrush in her bedroom. In the mirror next to her, she's dolled up in a sparkling red costume and bright blue hair, singing into a candy-cane microphone.

"Be yourself and you can be anything," the poster reads.

The big reveal came with a bit of a contest. The first 20 people who were able to put the full poster together out of the puzzle pieces she'd released and tweet a photo to @KatyPerry using #KP3D will be picked to have a chance to see their Twitter handles featured in the closing credits of the colorful 3-D flick.

The July 5 release was directed by Magical Elves' Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz, who also served as producers on Justin Bieber's successful "Never Say Never" concert movie. In a [article id="1682426"]trailer released in early April[/article], fans got a taste of what they would see and hear in the flick, including Perry's candid confessions about her religious childhood and her split from Russell Brand.

[article id="1681607"]MTV News spoke to Perry[/article] in March about the film, and she explained just what fans will see in it.

"It's closing the chapter on [my album] Teenage Dream, but it's giving you such an inside perspective," Perry said. "This film, you're going to see it from my best friend/buddy perspective, you're going to see exactly what I mean and feel and think about everything."

The movie was filmed during her California Dreams trek. "That tour was so life-changing to me. I learned so much, I went through so much along the way," Perry said. "I'm not necessarily trying to prove anything to anyone, but not only will people really hands-down know me after they see this film, but you'll see me as the Dorothy wearing the red ruby slipper and at the end of it all I'm the [Wizard of] Oz as well."