Back inside to George. Very excited out here. And Katy Perry now, and raising her powerful voice to celebrate students and teachers. We sat down with her to talk about it. ? I've got the eye of the... See More
Back inside to George. Very excited out here. And Katy Perry now, and raising her powerful voice to celebrate students and teachers. We sat down with her to talk about it. ? I've got the eye of the tiger ? ? the fire ? Reporter: She is the international pop sensation with the roar heard round the world. ? And you're going to hear me roar ? It's really kind of taken on a life of its own. Reporter: Katy Perry's powerful message even felt right here on "Gma." ? A hurricane comes ? as hundreds of high schools across the country submitted their inspiring roar videos to win a live concert with Katy per Perry. Sfoet let it go ? ? let's go all -- It was so cool to see the inspiration. I love the collaboration. The coming togetherness. Is that a word? I think it is. Maybe I should go back to school to find out. English teachers, please get me on this. Reporter: Now Katy's breathing new life into the smash hit, pledging to make roar happen. The name of her campaign for teachers. Imagine going onstage without any guitars, keyboards, drums -- Reporter: In a partnership, she's making a roar of their own for the cause, to the tune of a $1 million donation. Whether it's books, pencils, paper. Basic things. Reporter: Was there an influential teacher that made a difference? There was a music teacher that taught me Italian opera at one time. I didn't always have enough money to pay for the less sons. She was like, it's okay,t' is okay, I believe in you. Reporter: Now she's calling on students to roar in again. This time nominating their inspiring teachers. Do you think people are surprised you're heading this niche tif initiative? Well, honestly, I like to stand for things that are powerful and strengthening. And a lot of my songs e,ar education is power. Reporter: After a short stretch of R and R as seen instagram, she's getting ready to start a world tour in north Carolina this month. Two hours on stage, changing ten times. Slingshoted under the stage. I can't wait to turn into a full -- Reporter: What might that happen? I'm going to be 29 once, so I'll do that. Reporter: For "Gma," Rachel smith, Los Angeles. Enjoying 29, doing a lot of good.
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