You'd think after Katy Perry’s mind-blowing Super Bowl halftime performance, she'd be chillin' by a beach somewhere sipping on margs, but she's doing quite the opposite. This weekend she's performing at the Grammys, and honestly, we can't wait to see what she'll wear. She's been serving up red carpet realness since her first Grammys in 2009, so we thought we'd look back at every single outfit our girl has worn onstage and everywhere in between.
Katy killed it in a pale pink strapless Basil Soda gown at her first Grammys. Her retro waves paired with a matching light pink lip totally pulled the ensemb‘ together.
She performed her single "I Kissed A Girl" in a fruit-covered bustier and flats. #watermelonmelons
In the press room, she wore another light pink number—this time a ruffled Jenny Packham frock with strappy metallic sandals.
In 2010, KP went for a backless nude Zac Posen gown with gold flower embellishments and one decked-out rhinestone clutch.
For the 2011 Grammys, Giorgio Armani custom made an iridescent silk organza skirt and crystal bustier. Also, WINGS.
Giorgio also created a structured dress covered in crystal hearts for Katy's medley performance.
And—you guessed it—Giorgio Armani designed another silvery cocktail dress to finish off the evening.
We gotta give kudos to Katy for matching her blue Elie Saab dress to her hair because, um, that's real commitment. She also wore $2 million worth of jewels from Norman Silverman, NBD.
For her 2012 performance of "E.T." and "Part of Me," she ditched the cutesy garb and went for a futuristic gold and silver cut-out metallic bodysuit and a crimped blue bob.
Later in the show, she STUNNED in a gold Gucci gown and, wowwwww, we are truly at a loss for words.
In 2013, she wore a pale green Gucci gown with the world's-most-perfectly-placed cutout.
Last year, she arrived in a tulle Valentino Couture gown covered in music notes because, hello, it's the Grammys, people.
For her performance, she went for a darker look (she performed "Dark Horse," after all), which featured a light-up cross on her chest.
She stuck with the gothic theme for the rest of the show and slipped in a burgundy Valentino Haute Couture frock with snake detailing.
This year, Katy brought along a brand new purple hair color and a beaded Zuhair Murad dress. That hair is the perfect faded color—A+, totally obsessed.
For her powerful performance of "By The Grace Of God," Katy changed into a sleek white dress, complete with a cape. She ditched the purple hair for a long, black ponytail.