Katy Perry rocked out in red, white and blue.
The 28-year-old performer dazzled the stage donning stars and stripes at the Kids' Inaugural Concert, an event that honors America's military families, on January 19, 2013.
First lady Michelle Obama introduced the "Teenage Dream" singer, calling the performer "fabulous.""I'm very proud to be here, and to see the Obamas and the Bidens here for four more years," Perry explained at the event, according to Billboard. The Grammy-award winning singer performed her hit songs "Teenage Dream," "Part of Me," "Wide Awake" and lastly "Firework," which was accompanied by a slide show of President Barack Obama, according to the music magazine.
Usher was also at the star-studded ceremony, and kicked off the event with performances of his hits "Yeah!" "Without You" and "OMG."
Other celebrities in attendance include "Glee" cast members Naya Rivera, Darren Criss and Amber Riley, as well as Nick Cannon who acted as emcee for the evening.
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