Katy Perry Closes ‘Witness’ Livestream With L.A. Concert

"I'm your girl. You put me here."

By Hayden Wright

Katy Perry promoted the release of Witness (her fifth studio album, which dropped last Friday) with an ambitious 72-hour live stream. It featured candid Q&As, celebrity guests and unguarded confessions about love and her newfound political activism. Last night, the proceedings wrapped with an intimate concert in Los Angeles featuring a five-piece band and two backup singers.

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Perry took the stage at the Ramon C. Cortines High School for Performing Arts before an audience of 1,000 mega-fans and contest winners. Her tone was humble and self-effacing as the fishbowl experience came to a close.

“Yes!” she exclaimed. “I know a lot of you have been seeing some of my dance moves and they look a lot like your mom’s but that’s OK!”

The set list traced her musical evolution: Hits like “Firework,” “Dark Horse” and “E.T.” joined material from the new album. Katy closed the event with a heartfelt message to her fans: “This is a team effort and you’re my team,” she said. “I’m your girl. You put me here.”

See footage from the emotional conclusion here:




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