Katy Perry Brings Out North West During Her Las Vegas Residency For Dance-Off
Katy Perry just tapped a few “California Girls” of her own to bring out during her Las Vegas concert residency. Moreover, Kim Kardashian and North West were in attendance, with other superstars like Sia and Paris Hilton being there for the show, as well. Not only that, but North actually got to go on stage and participate in a walk-off competition to benefit her Firework Foundation. Of course, she brought along her friends to also dance along and have a great time for the crowd. All in all, it made for quite the zany and pizza-themed occasion, for some reason, although Katy clearly has a lot of fun with it.
In addition, the two actually spoke for a brief moment on stage before the dance-off. In fact, that’s when North West asked Katy Perry if she could bring her friends along for the event. Regardless, the “Roar” singer said that she’s a big fan of North’s TikTok account and said that she wanted her to show off her dancing to the whole world. Then, Perry asked the 9-year-old what she wants to be when she grows up. North West, in equally wise and innocent fashion, replied “Everything.” She really is her parents’ daughter.
North West Wants To Be “Everything” When She Grows Up
What’s more is that Kim Kardashian was moved to the front row in order to see her daughter on stage. Everyone cheered for her, and it made for yet another sweet family moment for North West and Kim. In other Katy Perry news, she recently started a family of her own with Orlando Bloom. Back in August of 2020, they welcomed their first child, a daughter named Daisy Dove Bloom. Moreover, it seems like the couple has decided to keep Daisy away from the public eye for the most part.
Also, she recently had an emotional moment as a judge on American Idol, as one of the contestants went through a traumatic school shooting experience in their hometown. It’s a crisis that continues to affect the nation in monumental ways, much to the detriment of the youth and of general public safety. While many might’ve seen it as a little too dramatized for a TV show, it still spoke powerfully to how these events permeate into the everyday. Not to end things on a low note, but Katy’s often tried to be as upfront about these things as possible while committing to spreading messages of positivity and love. For the latest news on Katy Perry and North West, stay logged into HNHH. Also, check out another clip from the Vegas concert below.