Katy Perry Roars About Sex Life, Boldly Flashes Undergarments While Dipping Low At Concert

Whether Katy Perry is getting raunchy by flashing her underpants on stage at a concert or roaring about her titillating sex life, the newest judge for the upcoming Idol reboot is entering a new chapter in her life — despite the recent Migos flap.

Katy Perry is like a chameleon whose career and personal life evolves based on her environment and circumstances. Perry was among an epic cast of entertainment at the BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2017 music festival in Hull, as the Mirror reported.

Katy joined a lineup that included Blossoms, Bastille, Little Mix, Kings of Leon, Rita Ora, Lana Del Rey, and Lorde, to name a few. While concertgoers swooned over their favorite artists, all eyes were on Katy Perry’s shimmering performance.

Perry took to the main stage in a metallic mini dress that was low on the cut — to reveal her ample assets — and high on the shimmer. She paired the glittery number with a matching jacket that flowed in response to her dance moves. Katy wore a pair of dangling earrings and styled her hair in a golden pixie cut. Her eyes were smoky with an application of kohl for a dramatic effect.

The “Teenage Dream” pop star belted out a number of her popular hits and gyrated her curvaceous frame. At one point, Perry dropped it low in a squat and revealed a pair of white knickers.

It’s unclear if the bonus peek-a-boo was a wardrobe malfunction or was simply Katy Perry giving her fans more than they bargained for in the price of their admission ticket.

Days earlier on Thursday, Katy performed to an intimate set of about 90 in attendance at London’s Water Rats. She recalled to the audience how she first played at the venue nearly a decade ago.

Perry took the moment to get candid about her personal life. And in keeping with her practice of giving fans a bonus, Katy let on that she has a vibrant sex life and challenged those lacking in that category to be patient.

“If you’re not having great sex yet, in your thirties it’s going to be AMAZING.”

“I can’t speak to those of you in your forties but I bet it’s great. And it’s fun and it’s consensual and it’s intimate, it’s so much fun if it’s consensual and beautiful.”

She teased the crowd with her new single, “Bon Appétit,” a track that is littered with intimations. The song is part of her upcoming album available in stores on June 9. Petty let the crowd in on a secret.

“That’s what Bon Appétit is about, loving that beautiful thing. Just accepting it, now it’s so much fun. I used to be able not to hug people, it was really sad. Now I just want to hug everyone.”

Perry recently broke off relations with the actor, Orlando Bloom, 40, last month after dating him for nearly one year. Rumor has it that Bloom had a fling with a server at London’s Chiltern Firehouse hotel.

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Reportedly, hotel management fired the server in the wake of negative publicity. Perry had been linked to the musician, John Mayer, and was married for two years to British comic, Russell Brand, who said the split was due to Katy’s burgeoning work schedule and rising fame.

Born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson, Katy Perry, 32, has recently come under fire for her alleged “cultural appropriation,” according to Breitbart’s reporting. In a stinging BET article, Keith Murphy says Perry has “become the latest white pop act looking to reinvent themselves on the back of Black urban culture.”

“Murphy — pointing to what he called the ‘Firework’ singer’s ‘cringe worthy’ May 20 Saturday Night Live performances, one which featured Atlanta rap trio Migos– says Perry is no longer the ‘bubbly, witty and at times self-deprecating brunette who had began her professional career in 2001 as a virginal contemporary Christian music vocalist before hitting peak pop superstar levels.'”

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On a lighter note, Katy Perry hinted that she is prepared to end her so-called “beef” with Taylor Swift. Reportedly, the tension between the two emerged in 2014 over back dancers for their “respective tours,” as Daily Mail reported.

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