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Katy Perry Joins David Beckham in Adidas Commercial

Katy Perry Joins David Beckham in Adidas Commercial

Pop rock superstar Katy Perry will join David Beckham as well as some of the greatest athletes in the world to promote a new line of running shoes that Adidas has come out with.

One of the leading sports apparel companies in the world, Adidas, decided to get three world renowned athletes to be the face of the brand in its new commercial, which promotes the new running shoe line called Climacool Seduction.

Perry will be joining an impressive list of athletes which includes basketball star for the Chicago Bulls Derrick Rose, along with longtime British soccer star David Beckham and Lionel Messi, who is largely considered to be the best soccer player in the world.

The four were all selected to be in the new commercial by Adidas titled "We All Run." The commercial features the pop singer as she runs near the beach in Los Angeles and aims to widen its appeal to incorporate running enthusiasts and not just the sports fanatics.

"I can't run from where I came from, nobody can," is seen in the beginning of Katy Perry's biography on

Perry is familiar with using her image to promote athletic apparel, having done a number of television spots for the sports company since 2011, as well as being one of the faces of their woman's sports line.

"We all have a different reason to run. Watch David Beckham, Lionel Messi, Derrick Rose and Katy Perry go all in on their run. Whatever the reason, wherever you are, go farther and enjoy every stride," the commercial states.

On Perry's biography page on, the pop star does not mention her own running abilities. She explained that she loves to put on cute and adorable things.

Perry said on the website: "I like to wear things that have a sense of humor and that are adorable… I'm inspired by a lot of different things… pop culture, different females, humor."

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