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Katy's fierce cat look

Published 21/10/2013

Katy Perry
Katy Perry

Katy Perry wore a tiger-themed dress as she performed her latest single Roar on a TV show on Sunday.

The pop star is renowned for her sexy stage outfits and performed her latest single Roar on The X Factor UK dressed in a revealing tiger-themed dress. Katy’s curves and cleavage were showed off to perfection in the tight-fitting off-the-shoulder orange number. The look was accessorised with a pair of tiger ears and animal print elbow-length gloves, red heels and a chunky gold necklace. Katy’s long brunette locks were left loose and curled around her shoulders and she completed the look with a slick of bright red lipstick and sexy smoky eyes.

The 28-year-old star was joined on the stage by a host of suit-wearing dancers, who carried briefcases. As the song reached its crescendo, they stripped off to reveal animal-print metallic jumpsuits.

After performing Roar, Katy was asked how it felt to be riding high in the charts again.

In keeping with her animal-themed appearance, she replied with a growl: “Grrrrrreat… I get to dress up like a big cat, so I love this song!”

Katy wasn’t the only singer turning heads on The X Factor UK on Sunday.

Judge Nicole Scherzinger also impressed in a show-stopping sheer dress.

The former Pussycat Dolls star looked stunning in a floor-length black Kristian Aadnevik gown with sheer skirt, which showcased her long legs. She teamed the look with black and gold stilettos by Richard Braqo and jewellery by Maria Francesca Pepe.

Nicole wore her long hair in flowing waves and chose shimmering eye make-up and a pale pink pout to finish off the look.

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