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KATY PERRY HAD 6 OUTFIT CHANGES; TAKES SELFIE WITH FAN IN FISH COSTUME

See them all in this fashion report from her Prismatic World Tour. Updated: May 8, 7:30 AM
KATY PERRY HAD 6 OUTFIT CHANGES; TAKES SELFIE WITH FAN IN FISH COSTUME See them all in this fashion report from her Prismatic World Tour. Updated: May 8, 7:30 AM

Katy Perry wore six outfits at her concert at the Philippine Arena on Thursday. Among them: a cat onesie, and glittering designer frocks from under-the-radar favorites Fausto Puglisi and Todd Thomas.

For the opening act, a roaring metallic tiger outfit, which replaced her light-up skirt and crop top from Roberto Cavalli in previous legs of the tour.

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Her third outfit for the evening was a skin tight pink cat suit by The Blonds.

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Katy and a KatyCat sharing a picture-worthy moment.

For her opening number, her hit single Roar, she wore a body suit with glow in the dark tiger eyes and matching strands of LED in her ponytail. Meanwhile, for Dark Horse, she wore a Cleopatra-esque look of a hand-embroidered lilac leotard, matching silk cady hand-embellished collar, and a gold mesh wrap skirt, reading: “Pharest Of Them All” from Anna dello Russo favorite Fausto Puglisi. 

Later, after changing out of a cage dress like the bones of a fish, the "Prismatic" crooner called a 20-year old fan, Marty from Rizal, in a DIY version of said costume onstage.

"Can you teach me some Tagalog?" She asked. "What's the Filipino for hello?"

"Just hello!" replied Marty, to the roar of the crowd.

She then asked him to teach her the words for "thank you" and "I love you," before snapping a selfie of the two of them.

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Katy slips into a sunflower-adorned gown to serenade the arena with her ballads.

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The California girl  cruising down the stage in a highlighter-colored cropped top and skirt.


Firework print on this look from New York-based designer Todd Thomas.

She closed the show with "Firework" while wearing a digitally printed ball gown, which she twirled in on stage.

Photos by Jean Saturnino

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