The 'Firework' singer joins frontman Mick Jagger for a duet on the band's 1978 hit 'Beast of Burden'.
Pop star Katy Perry dropped by The Rolling Stones' Las Vegas concert Saturday night, May 11 to sing in a duet with frontman Mick Jagger for the classic Stones single "Beast of Burden". The said song is a track from their 1978 album "Some Girls and won the most fan votes for the band to perform at this concert.
Wearing a black top with a low cleavage over a white skirt and a pair of knee-high boots, the "California Gurls" singer brought along some of her sexy vibe to match Jagger's trademark moves onstage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Following her short appearance in the show, Perry sent out a tweet on her performance, telling her followers, "Yes, I just did gyrated on Mick Jagger. WHAT?! #Stones50."
The 28-year-old Perry is the latest artist to be brought out by the legendary rockers for their "50 and Counting" farewell tour, following recent performances by Gwen Stefani and Tom Waits. Stefani sang "Wild Horses" also alongside Jagger during the Stones' May 3 concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles while Waits joined the band in Oakland's Oracle Arena last May 5 for a rendition of Sam Cooke's "Little Red Rooster".
Also giving a noteworthy performance on the Stones' show was the Green Valley High School Madrigal Singers, kicking off the "You Can't Always Get What You Want" number. The high school choir, who had to learn the song in two weeks, was handpicked by the Stones after they auditioned for the gig via Skype in front of the band's representatives in London.
The Rolling Stones and Katy Perry - "Beast of Burden":
The Green Valley High School Madrigal Singers at The Rolling Stones' Las Vegas show: