Katy Perry stunned everyone at the concert in honor of the coronation of King Charles III as she took the stage in a gold ball gown.
Parry, who is an ambassador for the British Asian Trust, also attended Saturday’s coronation ceremony as a guest of honor. The singer looked gorgeous in a lilac Vivienne Westwood ensemble with a brimmed hat. Perry quickly went viral on social media as a meme as she walked in search of her seat.
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Katy Perry dazzles at King Charles III’s coronation concert
Katy Perry took the stage at Windsor Castle in a gold ball gown inspired by Disney princesses and performed Roar and Fireworks from her repertoire. A lion was also visible in the sky above the stage to accompany the roaring performance. The youngsters of the royal family looked to be having a blast at the royal coronation concert as Prince George and Princess Charlotte jumped in their seats, the latter even singing along to Perry.
During her set, Katy Perry said, “Thank you for including me at this coronation ceremony. I would like to dedicate this next song to the King and to the work we do together for the British Asian Trust and the Children’s Protection Fund.” I want to dedicate.” Thank you for bringing fireworks to so many young people.” The singer also said she got to bring her mother, who is very happy living at Windsor Castle.
Other artists to perform at King Charles’ coronation ceremony on Sunday included Lionel Richie, who also brought Britain’s new monarch to his feet, and ’90s boyband Take That. Stars Hugh Jackman and Tom Cruise also appeared in a pre-recorded video paying tribute to Queen Camilla and King Charles III.
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