Katy Perry, aged 32, was one of the most anticipated performers at this year’s BRIT Awards. Her arrival at the ceremony inside London’s O2 Arena on Wednesday night was nothing short of impressive, as she rocked a glitzy thigh-skimming minidress and matching blazer. The American singer looked absolutely stunning in the lavish co-ords that were adorned with silver sequins and refined tassels. For more visuals, watch the video below.
Katy Perry, the 32-year-old pop sensation, made quite an entrance at the London O2 Arena on Wednesday evening. She wore a stunning, shimmering minidress and matching blazer that showcased her toned thighs. The blazer had pink silk lapels which complemented her metallic heels, and she added a bronze choker as an accessory. Her hair was styled in a series of small topknots, and her perfectly groomed, tinted eyebrows, pink lipstick, and long lashes accentuated her face. Katy flaunted her outfit from every angle, and her long legs looked amazing. Her dazzling co-ords were embellished with silver sequins and fine tassels, adding a glamorous touch to her overall appearance.
Katy was one of the most stunning women at the event, catching everyone’s attention with her beauty and elegance.
With a mischievous grin, Katy turned her head to flash a smile. The 37th BRIT Awards is set to be an incredible night with a lineup of A-list performers, including Ed Sheeran, Robbie Williams, Little Mix, Bruno Mars, The 1975, Emeli Sandé, and Skepta. Presenting the show are Emma Willis and Dermot O’Leary, who stepped in after Michael Buble had to withdraw due to his son’s illness. Dermot expressed his excitement about hosting the iconic show, which he has watched and attended many times. He also shared how thrilled he is to work with fellow presenter, Emma, who he is a big fan of, and celebrate the year of fantastic British music.
Neat and organized: The girl from California pulled her hair back tightly into a series of small buns on top of her head.
Katy sported a sultry look with her elegantly styled eyebrows tinted to perfection, a shade of pink lipstick, and long, alluring lashes.
The celebrity appeared genuinely delighted to be present at the event.
Emma expressed her excitement at presenting the BRITs alongside her favorite, Dermot O’Leary, calling it an honor. Little Mix and Skepta lead the nominations with three each, and there is speculation if Skepta can replicate his Mercury Music Prize win with the British Album of The Year for Konnichiwa. The late David Bowie’s album Blackstar is also up for the gong, as well as The 1975’s I Like It When You Sleep For You Are Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It. Skepta is also nominated in the Best British Male category alongside Bowie, but Craig David believes Bowie will win since his career has been so influential among artists. Emma showed off her style wearing a jacket with pink silk lapels and metallic heels, accessorizing with a bronze choker.
Katie is all set to put on a show with her latest single, Chained to the Rhthym. Meanwhile, Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards and her former flame Zayn Malik are both up for the Best British single award. Zayn’s Pillowtalk is in competition with Little Mix’s Shout Out To My Ex, a song that fans believe is partly inspired by the ex-One Direction member. The Best International Female category sees Beyonce and her sister Solange squaring off against each other, along with other talented artists such as Christine And The Queens, Rihanna, and Sia. Solange, who looks up to her sister as a role model, released her critically acclaimed album, A Seat At The Table, just three days before turning thirty last year. To their credit, Solange and Beyonce are the only sisters to have back-to-back number one albums in the US within a calendar year.
The musician’s makeup looked stunning as she attended the event. The Best British Female Solo Artist award nominees include Anonhni, Ellie Goulding, Emeli Sande, Lianne La Havas, and Nao. Adele is vying for the British Artist Video Of The Year award for her song Send My Love (To Your New Lover), hoping to replicate her recent Grammy success. However, Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna’s video for This Is What You Came For is a strong contender. Rag ‘N’ Bone Man has already won the Critics Choice award, his first BRIT accolade, with one more award yet to be announced.
The BRITs award is a highly respected recognition given to artists who are predicted to reach the top of their game, previously won by renowned singers like Adele, Sam Smith, and Florence + The Machine. Last year’s winner expressed his surprise and excitement as he found out about his victory, mentioning that he was up against two pop giants. In contrast, Robbie Williams will receive the BRITs Icon Award, marking his 18th BRIT award win, either as a solo artist or part of Take That. Despite being a little puzzled about being selected for the prestigious prize, which Elton John and David Bowie have previously received, he shared in a recent interview with NME how he often feels uncertain about his career. He also humorously pointed out that having 18 BRITs while Paul McCartney doesn’t is odd, but he is grateful and not willing to return them.