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Videos: Katy Perry's Performance at Pepsi and Billboard's Summer Beats in Hollywood

June 27, 2012 (8:01 am) GMT
For the live performance, which takes place after the premiere of 'Katy Perry: Part of Me', the 'Firework' hitmaker delivers 8 songs while rocking an elaborate movie-themed costume.

threw a special performance on a colorful stage at Pepsi and Billboard's Summer Beats live series in Hollywood on Tuesday, June 26. Katy took the stage and cheered the crowd with an 8-song set as part of the premiere event of her upcoming movie "".

Swapping her sexy red velvet gown with an elaborate movie-themed costume, the "Firework" hitmaker greeted her fans who gathered around the Hollywood Boulevard, "Hollywood, I'm gonna be your teenage dream tonight!" She then delivered her hit singles, such as "I Kissed a Girl", "Part of Me" and the latest one, "Wide Awake". As a closing number, the pop sensation opted to perform "California Gurls".

After kicking off in Hollywood, Summer Beats will be held in Nashville in late July as well as in New York in late August. Performers for the upcoming shows will be announced at a later date.

As for Katy, her upcoming 3D concert movie will be released nationwide on July 5. Of the documentary film, the estranged wife of said, "I hope that it inspires people to absolutely live out their dreams, no matter what obstacles they might face."

"Wide Awake":


"Part of Me":






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