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Leaving little to the imagination, Katy Perry risks a wardrobe malfunction in Paris [VIDEOS]

Leaving little to the imagination, Katy Perry risks a wardrobe malfunction in Paris [VIDEOS]

Former “American Idol” judge Katy Perry caused a stir as she strutted her stuff at Vogue World: Paris on Sunday. Perry, 39, left little to the imagination in an eye-catching Noir Kei Ninomiya archive dress at Place Vendôme.

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The bold dress featured eye-catching geometric print designs, with peach and black tulle embellishments adding a touch of drama to the ensemble. Perry's look was completed with zip-up trims and edgy black leather boots on the runway.

With her dark brown hair slicked back by stylist Dimitris Giannetos and a smoky eye makeup look created by Michael Anthony with shades from Path McGrath, the “I Kissed a Girl” singer exuded confidence.

Backstage, Perry got some walking tips for supermodels FKA twigs and Cara Delevingne. FKA advised Perry to make her walk look like she was “going somewhere, but not in a popstar way.”

“I've just been a pop star,” Perry replied in response to the advice.

On TikTok, Perry shared a nervous moment while sipping champagne after her ride, telling her followers: “I modeled it. Anna said model, and I said…”

This bold runway appearance comes just a month after Perry bid farewell to her seven-year stint as a judge on “American Idol,” citing the need to march at her own pace.

“I really love 'Idol' … It's connected me to the heart of America, but I feel like I need to go out and feel that pulse at my own pace,” Perry explained during an interview on Jimmy Kimmel's show in February .

Hinting at exciting plans ahead, Perry shared that fellow judges Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie were aware she had “a few things planned for this year.”

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