Katy Perry wrapped up Youtube’s 'Dear Class of 2020' virtual ceremony in style by performing Daisies and Firework. The pregnant singer put out the best performance for graduates during the graduation ceremony Sunday (June 7).

Following former president Barak Obama's inspiring speech, the singer appeared on the stage and said, “Let’s turn those tassels and make it kind of official- whether you’ve got a real cap and a tassel or an iPhone taped to a pizza box."

She further said, “This is the moment for everyone around the globe to graduate at once. No matter where you are, remember: The tassel goes from right to left.”

Perry posted a teaser of her performance on Instagram with a post. She was seen channeling Marilyn Monroe vibe with her one-shoulder white gown and blonde curls. She also shared two photos from the shoot: one full-body picture of herself posing barefoot on a stage and one close up taken in front of the metallic fringe curtain.

In the post, she wrote, “#DearClassof2020, in the midst of all that happening in the world, you can take the moment to celebrate the accomplishment of graduating. You are the future and I know you will take everything you’ve learned to make the world a better place. Never let em change you."

As the countdown began for the graduates to toss their caps, the singer, who is expecting her first child, started singing her new song 'Daisies.' She also performed her 2010 hit song ‘Firework.’

Over the past week, Katy Perry has been putting out her thoughts in favor of #BlackLivesMatter protest in wake of George Floyd's death in brutal police arrest. She actively participated in 'Black Tuesday' and posted a black square on Instagram with a message saying, “ I have spent the last few days watching, listening and reflecting about how to utilize my privilege and platform. This soon to be a mother is going to work hard to make damn sure this world is a place for every child.”

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Katy Perry is pictured attending the attends the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, 2019 in Los Angeles. Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images