Monday, 4 April 2016


Dolly Parton and Katy Perry at the 51st Academy Of
Country Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nev. on Sunday.
Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images
Katy Perry, an substantially popular performer with nearly 86 thousand supporters on Tweets, was surprisingly missing from the iHeartRadio Songs Prizes on Weekend night — but for reasonable. For but one fantastic night, Perry exchanged the musical show world of pop for that of nation to take part in the duet a person with Primary Rights of Country Songs Herself, Dolly Parton. Hey, if we had to be able to perform "Jolene" with the lady who started "Jolene," we'd also have hopped deliver.

For the event, Perry converted to her long time developer pal, Jeremy Scott, to develop the cheekiest nation get-up of them all, that comes with a bedazzled European buckle, surrounded outlining and bananas yellow-colored certain western shoes. It was over-the-top, extremley vibrant and more than a bit goofy — i.e., what Scott does best. A launch informs us the collection is officially "Jeremy Scott Fashion," and whether deliberate or not, Perry matched up Parton so well, we had to look up whether Scott clothed her, too. (He did not.) You can view the happy couple — whom Scott considered "#bosombuddies" on Instagram — perform their medley of "Coat of Many Shades," "Jolene" and "9 to 5" below, in a video that comes from Vulture:

Earlier, Perry hit the red rug with Scott as her time frame, dressed in light red cowhide western shoes, a popped coat and an edged-up, metal red difference on the traditional dress fit. The Moschino developer himself even used a simple honor to Parton, publishing on Instagram that his coat was an "homage to her cover of many colors."
Jeremy Scott and Katy Perry on the red carpet.
 Photo: David Becker/Getty Images

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