The pop singer dons a bright orange dress and cute little tiger ears when performing the chart-topping single on the British singing competition show.
Katy Perry made a stunning appearance when hitting the stage of British's "The X Factor" on Sunday, October 20. The 28-year-old pop singer donned a tiger-esque tight outfit, complete with a pair of tiger ears on her head, to perform her chart-topping single "Roar" at the singing competition.
For her performance, Perry was joined by some dancers dressing up as faceless businessmen. Bringing along their briefcases, they danced surrounding the singer. Toward the end of the song, the dancers changed their suits into animal-print metallic jumpsuits.
After the performance, Perry told host Dermot O'Leary, "I get to dress up like a big cat so I love this song. I feel grrreat!"
Perry wasn't the only performer at that night's show. Earlier, Robin Thicke brought out several leotard-clad girls to dance to his catchy summer hit, "Blurred Lines". The track was lifted from Thicke's latest album of the same title, "Blurred Lines".
As for Perry, her "Roar" serves as the lead single off her upcoming "Prism" album. The follow-up to 2010's "Teenage Dream" is set to hit the stores on Tuesday, October 22.
Katy Perry Performs "Roar":
Robin Thicke Performs "Blurred Lines":