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Katy Perry Kicks Off Witness The Tour

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Katy Perry kicked off her Witness The Tour yesterday in Montreal and it looks banging!

Check out the setlist:

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ACT ONE
1. “Witness”
2. “Roulette”
3. “Dark Horse”
4. “Chained to the Rhythm”

ACT TWO
5. “Teenage Dream”
6. “Hot N Cold”
7. “Last Friday Night”
8. “California Gurls”
9. “I Kissed a Girl”

ACT THREE
10. “Deja Vu”
11. “Tsunami”
12. “E.T.”
13. “Bon Appetit”

ACT FOUR
14. “Thinking of You”
15. “Save as Draft”
16. “Power”

ACT FIVE
17. “Hey Hey Hey”
18. “Part of Me”
19. “Swish Swish”
20. “Roar”

ENCORE
21. “Firework”

 

The setlist is amazing and her outfits were really good too. I wish she performed "Unconditionally" and "Wide Awake", but I am also fine with his setlist.

The rumor has it, Katy filmed the last scenes of her The Witness Documentary as well yesterday.

She really served vocals, outfits, and choreography.

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Little baby Noah was opening the show and she sang Lady Gaga's Million Reasons EDM version and it was amazing! She has really improved and we stan!

 

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I like Noah, but she needs to stick to destroying her own songs in live performances and not come for Gaga's masterpieces... :disgusted: It's not nice to kick Gaga while she's down and unable to tour while you're supporting her rival! :tanya: 

As for Katy, it's sad to see how many songs from Witness are on the setlist...Their should have been five at most given how messy most of them are. :hottie: 

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Those visuals. Gaga wishes

Gaga remains unbothered.

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Miley is needing some CPR tho.

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