Katy Perry most famous pursuit is kissing girls and liking it, but she wasn't so enthusiastic about her recent smooch with Miley Cyrus.
On Tuesday, the "Dark Horse" singer paid a visit to the Australian morning show "Sunrise," where she basically said Miley was trying to slip her an unwanted tongue when they kissed back in February at Cyrus' concert. (In case you don't recall it, catch up with this video refresher.)
"She has this one part where it's like a kiss cam, and I just walked up to her to give her, like, a friendly girly kiss — you know, as girls do," Perry told "Sunrise" hosts Samantha Armytage and David Koch. "And then, she like, tried to move her head and go deeper, and I pulled away," she claimed.
"God knows where that tongue has been," she added, eliciting boisterous laughter from Armytage and Koch. "We don't know! That tongue is so infamous!"
After her remarks, Perry was quick to say that she and Cyrus are "really good friends" despite the kiss/diss she just dished out on Australian national television.
You can watch Katy's whole segment below, including her remarks about Miley (24:40), her 'identify the Australian animal' quiz (26:50), and her brief stint as the show's meteorologist (38:30).