Katy Perry arrived on the 2011 Grammy Red Carpets with her new husband Russell Brand and her beloved Grammy. Katy noted she had made a special cane just for the Red Carpet appearance for her grandmother.
The raven haired songbird and newlywed who performed at the Grammy Awards stopped by to chat with Ryan Seacrest and introduce her beloved Grammy.
The trio were wearing Armani. Katy explained the famous designer offered to create the Grammy outfits for the trio. Katy's white gown had what appeared to be wings mounted on the back of her dress. It was definitely an angelic look for the superstar.
She teased Seacrest and told him that whether she won a Grammy Statue or not she had her Grammy with her and would be taking one home. Nice play on words. Katy told Seacrest that being nominated for a Grammy was high praise from your peers and means "that you're popular."
Katy wore her long tresses cascading off a center part down past her bare shoulders. Her strands fell into soft, beachy style waves. When she performed on stage Katy changed into a saucy short pink dress with a flared skirt decorated with hearts.
Her new husband Russell Brand was the host of last night's Saturday Night Live (SNL) but hopped a plane in order to be by his new wife's side. When Katy was performing on stage she showed home videos of her recent wedding to Brand on a backdrop.
Although the adorable singer didn't win a Grammy she won the hearts and souls of her fans with a special song dedicated to Valentine's Day.
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