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Katy Perry is selling fans a chance to be #LeftShark

Left Shark emerged during Katy Perry's Super Bowl XLIX halftime show, where his uncoordinated dance moves made him a social media sensation. Now, the singer is selling Left Shark hooded jumpsuits and t-shirts on her official website. 

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Singer Katy Perry performs during halftime of the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game in Glendale, Ariz. Perry is selling Left Shark hooded jumpsuits and T-Shirts on her official website.

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For under $130, you, too, can be the #LeftShark.

On Monday, Katy Perry announced on Twitter that fans could "now be a proper #Leftshark with [an] official, glorious #Leftshark onesie."

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For $129.99 you can dance around in your very own Left Shark hooded jumpsuit. Or you can opt for the $25 Left Shark T-shirt, also available on the pop singer's official website.

The aquatic dancer emerged during last month's Super Bowl XLIX halftime show, where his uncoordinated dance moves made him a social media sensation. He inspired cookie cutters, t-shirts, onesies, and a slew of other merchandise on craft and e-commerce websites.

This included Fernando Sosa's Left Shark figurines that were being sold on Shapeways, an online 3-D printing marketplace. Last month,  the site was served a cease-and-desist order from Perry's lawyers and immediately deleted the Left Shark design from its catalog. The company canceled orders for the product and refunded customers.

According to Sosa, the cease-and-desist letter stipulated that Perry owns the rights to the dancing beach balls, palm trees, and sharks that appeared in her halftime performance.