It appears like global superstar Katy Perry will extend her residency at The Theatre, Resorts World Las Vegas, through 2023, according to a story in the Las Vegas Review-Journal. A one-year renewal would push her square up against 2024 on the calendar as her show premiered on December 29th. However, we haven't yet found any show dates or ticket sales that extend that far into the following year.
Perry's father, Maurice Keith Hudson, worked as a limo driver in Las Vegas for almost 25 years, so the woman on stage is well-versed in the city. In Las Vegas, her parents got hitched after meeting there. When they met, her mother was a contract reporter for the ABC television network.
In addition, Katy is proud of her family's history in the entertainment industry because her grandmother previously worked as a seamstress on Stardust's production of "Lido de Paris," according to man-about-town LVRJ reporter John Katsilometes. Before Resorts World collapsed in 2007, The Stardust, which opened in 1958, stood where it does today. Another member of her immediate family that is a performer is an aunt who worked as a showgirl in Las Vegas.
sales of tickets begin on November 4
The engagement at Resorts World's Theatre for Katy's show, "Play," is scheduled to run from March 3 through April 15 and includes 10 days in February. According to the story, tickets for the later run go on sale on November 4 and can be acquired at axs.com/katyinvegas.
Her Saturday night presentation featured a moment that piqued the interest of her international admirers. She appeared to press on her temple, close her right eye, and then blink her other eye.
Online supporters were upset, and some people thought Katsilometes was imitating a doll with just one blinking eye, according to Katsilometes. At the conclusion of the performance, the audience reportedly erupted into applause, to which Perry responded, "Make even more noise for my band."
When she declared her residence will last through 2023, she looked to be making reference to the incident on social media. She tweeted when:
Welcoming all my #flatearthers #spaceisfakers #birdsarentrealers #skyisntbluers to come witness my shattered doll eye party trick IRL in Vegas next year, along with the URL for ticket purchases.
A Lot of Fuss for Nothing?
Her mysterious gesture appears to have been made in good fun, which suggests to this writer that she had no intention whatsoever. Of again, with celebrities constantly seeking attention, one can never be sure. I initially thought a fake eyelash was loose in the video. She wasn't pouring hops out of the deliberately placed container while wearing her "beer can" attire, as she occasionally does on stage.
I don't truly [produce]," said another tweet.
hops, bumbling goose! In 2023, I hope to join you in song! We'll drink, this one's on me, because we're all "chained to the algorithm" and "there's the true problem," along with a variety of strategically placed emojis.
"The show's set list is a delightful (ride emoji) along memory lane going all the way back to 2008, a time when we weren't all frozen by the paranoia of our own echo chambers," Perry added in a separate tweet. This program is a never-ending celebration of discovering unwavering love that is oddly (in my opinion) devoid of any politics.
The Twitter video has well over 600,000 views as of Sunday night.