Katy Perry is ready to play again. In a Twitter post, the Roar singer announced her brand new show, 'Play,' during her Las Vegas Residency in 2021. In line with that, Katy is giving two free VIP tickets for the opening night.
"You heard it first on #AmericanIdol! AEG Presents & Resorts World Las Vegas have launched the Stay Fabulous Sweepstakes - 2 VIP tix for the opening night of Mushroom PLAY Mushroom w/ round trip airfare, 3-night stay @ResortsWorldLV, and more! Heart suit More info: https://bit.ly/34acUms" she wrote on Twitter.
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Details About Katy Perry LA Sweepstakes and Shows
The Katy Perry Las Vegas Sweepstakes derives sponsorship from Tunespeak. Winners of the sweepstakes a ticket worth $4,450, which is applicable for free one-time use only. Interested individuals must participate in the draw from the time organizers uploaded the announcement on May 24, 2021, until its last day on June 6, 2021.
One can see teasers of the Las Vegas 2021 Residency on Katy Perry's Instagram, with the songstress inviting her fans to book tickets for her first eight shows plus eight more shows slated on March 2022.
"OMG! Ready to PLAY some more? Tickets to my first 8 shows PLUS 8 more shows in March by popular demand at the @rwlvtheatre go on sale today at 10am PT! DON'T MISS THE BEST SEATS ♥️ link in bio," the songstress announced.
The American Idol judge will be rocking her Las Vegas crowd and will provide them with a 'transcendent sensory experience' on December 29 and 31; the latter date is an exclusive performance for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Completing her first eight shows are performances slated in 2022 on January 1, 7, 8, 14, and 15. Tickets have been on sale to the public since March 24 at 10 a.m. PST at AXS.com.
Last Year's 'Smile'
In August last year, the hitmaker's album 'Smile' came out. NME described it as something that contains 'her tried-and-tested formula of vivid pop' but lacks the 'fireworks' of her epic years.
In the wake of her album release, Katy announced plans to develop a documentary about her life's 'juicy' parts highlighting her past feud with Taylor Swift. Previously, Netflix released a 2019 documentary, Miss Americana, about Katy.
"At first there was a thought about putting something out, but as time goes on the story gets juicier. I say that because I think that 'Witness' time of my life is just one chapter in a very large book that is yet to be finished," she said.
Epic Duet With Hunter Metts
Meanwhile, Katy Perry and American Idol finalist, Hunter Metts stuns the crowd in their epic duet of Katy's 'Thinking of You,' in a segment of the three-hour and three rounds of the American Idol Finale.
During the show, the songstress commented about the show's controversies. She called them 'curveballs' following Ryan Seacrest's cryptic discussion of the reason behind Arthur Gunn's no-show stance in the American Idol 19th Season's finale. One can remember Graham DeFranco replaced Arthur Gunn when the contestant did not show up for the last show. Contestants Wyatt Pike and Caleb Kenny also took an off-camera exit citing personal reasons.
"Quite honestly, we've had a very colorful season [with] curveballs galore. But Graham DeFranco? I mean, killed it. Sang so well, and I was so glad he was there," she said in an interview.