It appears that Katy Perry has a unique approach to boosting sales for her perfume. Despite her hectic touring schedule, the singer managed to make an appearance at a Cologne, Germany store to sign bottles of her fragrance, Purr.
Katy showed up at a recent event wearing a stunning purple dress that was both tight and revealing. This Herve Leger bandage dress hugged her curves perfectly, and the keyhole neckline added a touch of sexiness by giving a glimpse of her cleavage. This wasn’t the first time she had worn such an outfit, as she had also donned a similar dress during the launch of her perfume in Mexico City last month. Despite the provocative nature of her attire, her fans were thrilled to see her and couldn’t wait to get a glimpse of the star.
There wasn’t much change in her looks from a few weeks back, when she showed up for another photoshoot to endorse Purr.
Next, the popular artist known for hits like “Teenage Dream” donned an even more daring dress that plunged almost to her belly button. The low-cut neckline was held together by a delicate piece of sheer mesh, leaving little to the imagination as she showed off her ample cleavage.
Tonight, Cologne will be treated to a live performance by the one and only Katy. After that, she has lined up gigs in Hamburg, Amsterdam, and London for her fans to enjoy. Along with her tour dates and promoting her signature scent, Katy has been busy preparing for her big screen debut.
Today, a glimpse of Katy Perry starring as Smurfette in the upcoming Smurfs movie was unveiled. The recently released trailer features still images of her character donning her signature white dress and matching heels. In one scene, we see Smurfette grappling with her skirt as it flutters up over a grill, reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe’s famous moment in The Seven-Year Itch.
In various instances, the Smurfs crew embarks on exciting journeys while wandering around New York City in an attempt to evade the malicious wizard Gargamel. The storyline revolves around Gargamel’s pursuit of the Smurfs as they flee from their enchanted village and take refuge in Central Park.