AceShowbiz - Katy Perry is embracing all of herself, even her blackheads. On Sunday, March 29, the "Never Worn White" songstress uploaded two photos as she offered a comparison of herself in self-quarantine and herself before coronavirus pandemic forces people around the world to stay at home as spread prevention.
In the first photo, the fiancee of Orlando Bloom looked all glammed up wearing a floral white-and-red dress from Rosie Assoulin along with a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti's leather flower heels. She accessorized simply with earrings, colored her lips bright red, and let her platinum blond loose in shaggy short-medium style.
The second snap, on the other hand, saw the "Roar" hitmaker in a bathrobe while lying on a bed as she enjoyed self-isolation moment. Baring her face as she flashed a smile to the camera, she took the photo without wearing any makeup, and let her hair pushed messily to the side.
"Pre-quarantine - mid-quarantine. Hope your stay-at-home plans tonight include joining me for a beautiful and breezy episode of #AmericanIdol, taped in heavenly Hawaii back in January and February," the ex-wife of Russell Brand captioned the post. In the comment section, she added, "blackheads and all baby."
Many have since flooded Perry's post with praises. Her makeup artist Michael Anthony commented, "Aren't you glad you chose that neutral mani a few weeks ago." Actress Mia Moretti and film producer Aleen Keshishian called her "beautiful." Meanwhile, fellow singer Jessie J simply gushed, "Gorge," before adding love, fire and smiley-face emojis.
A little over two weeks earlier, the "Teenage Dream" singer returned to the States from Australia after canceling interviews and shows because of COVID-19 crisis. It was reported that during her stay in Sydney, she stayed at Park Hyatt Hotel, the exact same hotel coronavirus-infected Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson stayed.
Before leaving the Land Down Under, the "Firework" singer managed to perform at the Fight On bushfire recovery concert in Bright, Victoria. "On a brighter note... a show of gratitude for some bushfire heroes and 7000 of my newest friends in Bright, VIC. Thanks to all who came out and created a new happy memory," she wrote alongside a series of photos from her show.