The long lashes. The jet black hair. The space-age purple lipstick. Armed with her signature hits, Katy Perry emerged in full glory during a chilly night in Los Angeles that warmed up at every move, only to be punctuated by a fireworks spectacle that lit up the night sky.
As the Hollywood Bowl stage rotated on Wednesday night (Oct. 23), the pop star turned her torso to reveal a shimmering short skirt and top. This outing was her first at the famous venue. It was a night to celebrate Perry's new album "PRISM" and support the Young Survival Coalition in the fight against breast cancer, in a concert that united women in music. Musical guests included synth-pop singer Ellie Goulding, pop/rock artist Sara Bareilles, sibling indie act Tegan & Sara, country songstress Kacey Musgraves and pop singer/songwriter Bonnie Mckee. Each gave soulful, spirited and stirring performances to a sold-out house.
Presented by Citi, "Katy Perry's: We Can Survive" show also marked the release of the performer's third studio album this week and already positions "PRISM" as the platform for the singer's upcoming 2014 tour.