AceShowbiz - Katy Perry was saved by the birth of her daughter. The 39-year-old pop star shares three-year-old Daisy with fiance Orlando Bloom and explained during the final performance of her Las Vegas residency "Play" on Saturday, November 4 that the arrival of the little one had given her "all the love" she had been looking for her entire life.
"I created this show after the birth of my daughter, Daisy Dove. When I met her, it was like all the love I was ever searching for finally showed up. She made me whole, and she healed me, and she showed me how to play again," she told the audience.
The "Roar" hitmaker went on to dedicate her Sin City show to everyone's "inner-child" and shared her hopes that if the world could learn to see life through from the perspective of a little one, then perhaps "freedom" could be achieved. She said, "So this show is for everyone's inner child and for the hope that maybe if we could all see life through the eyes of a child, we would be free."
Earlier in the evening, Katy had been joined on stage by her daughter in what was her first public appearance as she hailed the tot as her "best friend" before belting out her 2008 "Hot n Cold" for the crowd. She said, "Daisy! I love you so much. You're my best friend, I'm so glad you're here. I'm gonna sing this next song - I think you know it?"
The "I Kissed a Girl" singer previously explained that her Las Vegas show could appeal to fans of all ages as she explained that at that time, her little one had seen bits of the concert. She told E! News' 'Daily Pop', "She has seen, like, the first act and a little bit of the second act - I think there's like five or six acts—so, one day she'll see the whole thing. But she loved it so much. She was dancing in the audience and just being, you know, her joyful self."
"I see six year olds in the audience. I see people that are 8 to 80, and it just really makes my heart very happy to know that families are coming out, because that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking to bring my family. We gotta cover 11, gotta cover two, gotta cover 45, 37. So, I feel like this show is that, and it's a great little, joyful bit of escapism."