Katy Perry sang her hit singles "Roar" and "Firework" for the crowd of sports fans
Katy Perry recently announced that she and fiancé Orlando Bloom are going to be parents soon by making that very apparent in her new "Never Worn White" music video. The ballad appears to have been inspired by her relationship with actor Orlando Bloom. And with that Baby bump flaunting, she gave a major performance in a huge stadium in this year's International Women's Day in Melbourne.
The pop star took the stage at the Women's T20 World Cup there, and performed an International Women's Day-themed show. She sang her hit singles "Roar" and "Firework" for the crowd of sports fans, and had the perfect, in-theme backup dancers behind her: giant cricket bats in heels.
While it lasted just two songs, it was a brilliant start to the final with plenty of fans dancing along.
People, of course, couldn't help but take notice. Many watching the game at home and in the stadium were bowled over by the pop star's energetic performance, with several taking to Twitter to praise her.
The epic performance reminded everyone of Perry's Super Bowl halftime show in 2015, which featured dancing sharks.
Katy Perry amazed the crowd with two retro-themed costume changes. She emerged on stage in a 1960s-style pink, long-sleeved dress emblazoned with neon Venus symbols, representing the female gender.
During the performance, Perry also revealed that she's hoping her baby turns out to be a girl.