Four of her singles have been in the Billboard Hot 100 chart separately for 52 weeks in a row.
Swedish group Ace of Base held the previous record with a 48-week run with All That She Wants, The Sign and Don't Turn Around between 1993 and 1994.
In April, Perry became only the ninth artist in US history to score four number 1 singles from the same album.
E.T. (featuring Kanye West) went down to number two in the US chart this week after spending five weeks at the top.
California Gurls, Teenage Dream and Firework also all spent time in the top 10 over the past year.
The "California Gurl" announced via Facebook (and then tweeted) that she's all set to kick off her California Dreams World Tour.
Perry has planned 41 dates for the North American leg of the outing, beginning in Atlanta on June 7. The singer will hit the road throughout the U.S. and Canada before wrapping up in her hometown, Santa Barbara, California in August.
The pop star plans to continue interacting with her fans through a variety of social media networks, including Facebook's Places function, which will allow concertgoers to get special treats when they check into certain concert venues. Fans will also be encouraged to submit their own photos of the show through Twitter, which will be incorporated into the live show and Perry's official website.
Here’s the official list of California Dream Tour dates:
6/7 | Arena at Gwinnett Center | Atlanta, GA
6/9 | UCF Arena | Orlando, FL
6/10 | St. Pete Times Forum | Tampa, FL
6/11 | Bank Atlantic Center | Ft. Lauderdale, FL
6/14 | RBC Center | Raleigh, NC
6/15 | Merriweather Post Pavilion | Columbia, MD
6/17 | Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum | Uniondale, NY
6/18 | TD Garden | Boston, MA
6/19 | Prudential Center | Newark, NJ
6/22 | Mohegan Sun Arena | Uncasville, CT
6/23 | Petersen Events Center | Pittsburgh, PA
6/24 | Wells Fargo Center | Philadelphia, PA
6/28 | Palace of Auburn Hills | Detroit, MI
6/30 | Air Canada Centre | Toronto, Ontario
7/2 | Bell Centre | Montreal, Quebec
7/3 | ScotiaBank Place | Ottawa, Ontario
7/5 | Quicken Loans Arena | Cleveland, OH
7/7 | Marcus Amphitheater | Milwaukee, WI
7/8 | Allstate Arena | Chicago, IL
7/9 | Xcel Energy Center | St. Paul, MN
7/13 | Brandt Centre | Regina, Saskatchewan
7/14 | MTS Centre | Winnipeg, Manitoba
7/16 | Scotiabank Saddledome | Calgary, Alberta
7/17 | Rexall Place | Edmonton, Alberta
7/19 | Rogers Arena | Vancouver, British Columbia
7/20 | KeyArena at Seattle Center | Seattle, WA
7/22 | Rose Garden Arena | Portland, OR
7/23 | Taco Bell Arena | Boise, ID
7/25 | Energy Solutions Arena | Salt Lake City, UT
7/26 | 1stBank Center | Denver, CO
7/28 | Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie | Dallas, TX
7/29 | Toyota Center | Houston, TX
7/30 | Frank Erwin Center | Austin, TX
8/3 | Comerica Theatre | Phoenix, AZ
8/5 | Nokia Theatre LA Live | Los Angeles, CA
8/12 | HP Pavilion | San Jose, CA
8/13 | Santa Barbara Bowl | Santa Barbara, CA
8/14 | Santa Barbara Bowl | Santa Barbara, CA
9/7 San Antonio AT&T Center w/ Janelle Monae
9/8 New Orleans New Orleans Arena w/ Janelle Monae
9/9 Louisville KFC Yum! Arena w/ Janelle Monae
9/11 Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena w/ Janelle Monae
9/13 Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Arena w/ Janelle Monae
9/14 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse w/ Janelle Monae
9/16 Omaha Qwest Center w/ Janelle Monae
9/17 Tulsa BOK Center w/ Janelle Monae