Katy Perry celebrated the class of 2020 in a unique way during virtual graduation in which she showed off her huge baby bump.
The ‘Roar’ hitmaker was one of many celebrities who took part in YouTube’s Dear Class Of 2020 YouTube special on Sunday where she performed her new single, Daisies.
Perry who is expecting her first child with fiancé Orlando Bloom, 43, showed off her growing baby bump in a one-shoulder white gown.
The 35-year-old appeared on screen following former president Barack Obama’s inspiring speech to help graduates toss their caps. The four-hour event also featured speeches and performances from the likes of The Obamas, Lady Gaga and Beyonce Knowles.
“Let’s turn those tassels and make it kind of official — whether you’ve got a real cap and a tassel or an iPhone taped to a pizza box,” Katy Perry told students.
“This is the moment for everyone around the globe to graduate at once. No matter where you are, remember: The tassel goes from right to left.”
In the most elaborate set up of the day, Katy Perry performed her new single ‘Daises’ from her upcoming album due to drop on Aug 14.
During her performance, Perry gave off Marilyn Monroe vibes as she slayed in a white one-shoulder gown and blonde curls, walking barefoot through cascades of silver tinsel.
She then approached an all white set where she stood on a white platform shaped like a graduation cap and tasseltop, while images of students throwing their caps in the air played around her for 2010 hit ‘Firework’.
After the song was done, Perry addressed the students, stating, “Class of 2020, just like your life story, this night is just beginning.”
“A global graduation deserves a party for the ages, and we’ve got one coming up with BTS and CNCO,” she added.
“This is all about you, so kick your parents out,” she joked. “It’s your time to party. So here’s Megan Thee Stallion,” she added further.
Taking to her Instagram account, Katy Perry wrote: “#DearClassof2020, I hope in the midst of all that is happening in the world, you can take a moment to celebrate the accomplishment of graduating.”
“You are the future, and I know you will take everything you’ve learned to make the world a better place. Never let em change you.”