Pregnant Katy Perry Sings, Dances During Women's Cricket World Cup Final
By Paris Close
March 8, 2020
Katy Perry just performed for the first time while pregnant!
On Sunday (March 8), the 35-year-old took center stage at the ICC Women's T20 Cricket World Cup Final in Melbourne, Australia, where the pop star put her baby bump on full display during the outstanding presentation. The musician, dressed in a bright pink ensemble featuring long sleeves, kicked off the highly-anticipated sports event with a bang, delivering two of her greatest hits, “Roar” and “Firework.”
During the her, feminist-inspired set, Perry, who is six months pregnant, performs pitch-perfect vocals while running across the field and laters joins her backup dancers on a Venus symbol stage design. Perry then engages a group of female dancers dressed in all-purple outfits while waving “Grl Pwr” signs for a spirited and empowering display of “Firework.”
“The way katy served choreography and vocals while being 6 months pregnant at the opening of #T20WorldCup … chile… the talentry that she exhibited is out of this world,” one Twitter user tweeted of Perry’s performance.
As we mentioned before, this was Perry’s first live presentation since the star announced she’s expecting her first child with actor and fiance Orlando Bloom. The Grammy-nominated musician broke the news of her pregnancy in the music video for her new song, “Never Worn White,” on Thursday (March 5).
The happy couple, who are expected to marry sometime in April, will welcome their first child in the summer months ahead.
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