Katy Perry delivered a stunning performance at the King’s Coronation Concert held at Windsor Castle on Sunday evening. The pop sensation, dressed in a shimmering, metallic-gold ballgown, captivated the audience with her hit songs Roar and Firework. The performance featured spectacular lighting and pyrotechnics, creating an unforgettable experience for the 20,000 attendees, including the King and Queen.
Katy’s Dedication to the King
During the performance, Katy dedicated her song Firework to the King in recognition of their joint efforts with the British Asian Trust and the Children’s Protection Fund. The Princess Charlotte was spotted singing along to Roar, while her mother, the Princess of Wales, swayed to the beat. The lively performance was accompanied by dazzling light displays and regal imagery projected onto the stage.
In a heartfelt speech to the crowd, Katy expressed her delight at participating in the weekend’s celebrations and her gratitude for the opportunity to stay at Windsor Castle. She also thanked the King for collaborating with the British Asian Trust and the Children’s Protection Fund, which helps bring out the “firework in so many young people.” The King and Queen exchanged smiles during Katy’s dedication and later applauded her performance.
Katy’s performance was backed by a choir and full orchestra. Before taking to the stage, she posted an Instagram video featuring fashion designer and fellow concert performer Stella McCartney, in which they discussed various aspects of British culture.
Katy was among the many celebrity guests who attended the King and Queen’s coronation service on Saturday. Despite experiencing a few mishaps, such as losing her seat at Westminster Abbey and nearly tripping as she left the ceremony, Katy took to Twitter to assure fans she eventually found her seat.