Katy Perry stuns in orange latex outfit for Season 20 of ‘American Idol’: ‘Mama ain’t right here to play’

Katy Perry is serving!

On Tuesday, the 36-year-old singer shared a number of photographs of herself in an orange latex bustier and skirt by LaQuan Smith, plus nude heels, to commemorate 20 years of American Idol, the place she serves as a choose alongside Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan. One image reveals all of the judges with host Ryan Seacrest, posing with a cake.

“Year 20 is underway and mama ain’t here to play,” she captioned the put up.

Fans praised the star’s magnificence with feedback like, “Of course you’re out here looking like a whole goddess,” “Looking so hot mom,” “Looking lovely baby girl,” and “YOU’RE SO STUNNING MY GIRL.”

Perry has confirmed to be a fan of latex ensembles — in addition to somebody in a position to pull off the seems to be. In May, she sported a purple latex wrap gown and black latex thigh-high heels throughout an episode of American Idol.

She additionally wore a blue latex gown on one other episode of the present again in April that featured the return of former choose Paula Abdul. During a video she posted to Instagram previous to the present, the sound of her gown may clearly be heard as she moved, prompting her to elucidate, “and if you think that I’m farting on live television, I’m not. It’s just gonna be my dress.”

In addition to celebrating American Idol‘s milestone, the “Teenage Dream” singer has her personal information to have fun. Earlier this 12 months it was introduced that Perry, together with Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood and Celine Dion, can be starting Las Vegas residencies this 12 months, with Perry’s kicking off in December. In an interview with Variety for its 2021 “Power of Women” subject, she gushed about her pleasure.

“It is literally larger than life,” she stated. “Think: Super Bowl, but supersized. … This isn’t the next tour, next record, next era. This is an accumulation of everything. It’s probably the weirdest [show] I’ve ever done. Its humor is dark. It’s a little wrong — but a good wrong.”