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Pregnant Katy Perry Performed ‘Daisies’ Remix For ‘Can’t Cancel Pride’ Special

Pregnant Katy Perry delivered a funky and fabulous “Daisies” remix as part of P&G and iHeartMedia’s Can’t Cancel Pride: A COVID-19 Relief Benefit for the LGBTQ+ Community on Thursday.

The Roar singer wrote on Instagram “Lots of things are being cancelled (rightfully so, trust!) but you #CANTCANCELPRIDE and not only that but you can’t cancel dance remixes with some of ya fav songs okur 💅🏻 Grab ya hairbrush (aka microphone) mop (aka dance partner) and join me in continuing to celebrate PRIDE”.

She began by singing a dance remix of her latest track, “Daisies,” while laying in a pile of the daisies before transitioning into a mashup of two throwbacks: “I Kissed a Girl” and “Peacock.” But she didn’t stop there! Katy also squeezed in a few verses of “Walking on Air” and “Swish Swish” before looping back and finishing up with “Daisies.”

She can be seen wearing a neon green, body-hugging dress in the video showing her lovely baby bump. She was also seen rocking a rainbow headband, metallic rainbow cape with a black dress, and a coat with dramatic puffy sleeves.

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