The superstar turned heads in four totally different looks for her new docu-movie, ‘Part of Me’ — which get-up did you like best? VOTE!
Katy Perry never ceases to amaze us in her outrageous get-ups, and we never know what to expect next — that was definitely the case Jun. 26 at the Grauman’s Chinese theatre in Hollywood when she rocked out in three completely different looks for her big premiere night!
The 27-year-old first graced the red carpet wearing a lovely Dolce & Gabbana strapless dress with a full skirt and sweetheart neckline. The red velvet frock was accompanied by matching Dolce & Gabbana pumps — and she looked absolutely stunning! She accessorized with Tacori statement jewels and a bedazzling Judith Leiber ‘Cake Slice’ crystal minaudière. She completes this first red carpet look with purple streaked, bouncy curls, sultry eye makeup, and a popping red lip to pull the whole ensemble together.
However, it wasn’t long until Katy swapped this gorgeous dress for a more signature, fun film-themed ensemble. Katy performed in a fun costume which featured a film-reel bra and a red-and-white striped skirt with a popcorn accented hemline. While it was quirky, it was totally Katy!
Just when we thought the pop princess couldn’t surprise us anymore, she goes for her third wardrobe change, coming out in a very similar, quirky getup, completed with high waisted American candy bars themed pants, sticking to the whole cinema snack theme for another signature look.
Her last ensemble included a Spring Summer 2012 black and blue strapless Vivienne Westwood Bellini dress to her after party to end the night. While she had a minor wardrobe malfunction here, it’s still a totally cute mini dress and she looks great in it!
What do YOU think of the star’s four different wardrobe changes? Which outfit was your favorite? VOTE!
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