Katy Perry dazzles Belfast with Prismatic World Tour opening

by hellofashion.com /

Katy Perry wowed audiences on the opening night of her Prismatic World Tour in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Wednesday night.

The 29-year-old singer looked incredible while entertaining the crowd at the Odyssey Arena by donning an array of outfits and showcasing dazzling set designs. One of her tunes saw her wear a palm skirt to match her short green hair, while another ensemble featured a cropped top and pleated high waited skirt as she belted out hits such as Roar and Part of Me.


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Katy Perry on tour in Belfast

Katy’s image may have transformed from her days of doing gigs dressed as a character in Candyland, but she stuck to her much-loved theme of all things feline. She fashioned a pink leopard print all-in-one and was carried across stage by four men dresses as the creatures. Then Katy added a hippy vibe by performing with a guitar and singing into a sunflower microphone.

Other sights included Egyptian-themed costumes and Katy warned fans her concert would be worth watching the day before. She tweeted about the Met Ball ending and another stylish show beginning...

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Katy Perry donned an array of great outfits

"THE FASHION MUST CONTINUE EVEN IF THE BALL IS OVER! 1 MORE DAY TILL #ThePrismaticWorldTour," she wrote on Twitter.

Referring to her constantly evolving tresses and sparkly clothing, she explained that the show would involve plenty of dancing.

"Twas the night before #ThePrismaticWorldTour when all through Belfast, not a creature was stirring not even one Katycat. The outfits were..." she posted.

"laid out, all sequins in place, the wigs were all set... ready to kick ball change! NOW GO TO SLEEP (I'm yelling at the both of us)."

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