On Monday night, the college football world sat down on their respective couches – or favorite bars – to watch Alabama and Georgia duke it out in the national title game.
The first quarter didn’t give fans much to get excited about, with the Crimson Tide taking a 3-0 lead. Georgia eventually tied the game up in the second quarter, but offense has been limited tonight.
The fireworks might not be coming during the game, but they will be at halftime. Singer Katy Perry is set to make history with a music video. She tweeted about the upcoming video.
While there’s no halftime show, there will be plenty to watch with Perry’s latest music video being unveiled.
In the new year, the singer launched De Soi, a line of sparkling ready-to-drink non-alcoholic apéritifs with natural adaptogens.
While chatting with PEOPLE about the new line, which officially launched on Jan. 6, Perry explains why she went ahead with making the beverages non-alcoholic. “Well, I’m 37, so I definitely can’t drink like I was in my 20s,” she says with a laugh.
“On a weekday, having a couple [of alcoholic drinks] will take me out of the presence game for the next day or two. So I like to have a bit of self-control on the weekdays and then have dinners with friends and stuff on weekends or when I’m not working, et cetera,” Perry continues. “But really it’s about balance.”
RELATED: Katy Perry Calls Motherhood a ‘Game Changer:’ ‘My Heart Is So Full, Finally’
The “Teenage Dream” singer noted that she will “go through phases” of drinking and not drinking.
“Sometimes I’m not drinking and I’m really focused,” she says. “And then sometimes I’m like, it’s not a big deal.”
Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE’s free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories.
De Soi, which Perry explains is French for “pleasure with restraint,” is available to purchase in either ready-to-drink cans or bottles. It comes in three flavors: Golden Hour, Champignon Dreams, and Purple Lune.
Each is packed with fresh ingredients. Purple Lune has notes of blackberry nectar, vanilla oak, and rose petals; Champignon Dreams has an earthy taste with the essence of strawberries and grapefruit; and Golden Hour is made up of warm citrus, lemongrass, and leafy herbs.
The whole creative experience has been a passion project for the Grammy-nominated superstar. “I love herbs. I love alchemy. I love wellness. And I love the feeling of some of these different adaptogens that are actually in the drinks,” she says. “Some of these herbs, ingredients will help brighten your mood or help ease you into the evening.”
Perry worked with Morgan McLachlan, the brand’s co-founder and co-creator, who Perry says was perfect for the role. “She knows everything in the actual alcoholic category. And she knew exactly how to mimic alcoholic beverages into a non-alc,” she explains.
As a fan of existing non-alcoholic brands like Seedlip, Perry says, “I have always wanted to bring something to this space with my own twist — so De Soi was born out of that.”