Katy Perry, the proud mother of her adorable five-month-old baby girl Daisy Dove with handsome fiancé Orlando Bloom, took a break from her parenting duties to promote American Idol on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday. The 36-year-old singing sensation looked absolutely stunning and oozed sex appeal in a backstage video where she was seen wearing a gorgeous Dundas butterfly-print gown that featured a daring thigh-high split, revealing some serious leg action.
She paired the outfit with some stylish strappy sandals and even shared a tip with her fans on how to look taller. She flaunted her slender legs and posed confidently for the camera. The waistline of the dress featured an alluring cut-out design that emphasized her curves.
In her Instagram post, Katy announced that she’s taking the night off and encouraged her followers to tune in to watch American Idol on Jimmy Kimmel Live. She also added a heart emoji to show her love and appreciation.
Katy had a nostalgic vibe in her appearance as she donned a long brunette wig that complemented her well. However, her Instagram post later revealed that this was all a facade as she flaunted her real platinum cropped hair with the caption “Everything is fake”.
In the post, she mentioned Michael Anthony, a skilled makeup artist, Tatiana Waterford, an expert stylist, and Jesus Guerrero, a talented hair stylist. These individuals were tagged for their contributions to her overall look.
During her appearance on Live With Kelly and Ryan, Perry donned the same striped top she shared in her Instagram story. The singer shared that she started filming American Idol’s fourth season shortly after giving birth to her daughter Daisy, who was born in August. Despite the challenge of juggling motherhood and work, Perry was able to take on both roles just five weeks postpartum.
“I never imagined it, but the experience was just mind-blowing,” exclaimed Katy Perry. She went on to express her admiration for women who give birth, go back to work, and breastfeed all at once, saying, “It’s a tough job! Hats off to all the incredible women out there.” Fans can catch the 19th season of American Idol starting on Sunday, February 14, airing on ABC.