Katy Perry
Ahead of her performance at the Brit Awards 2017, Katy Perry announced on Instagram the iHeartKatyContest. Pictured: The “Roar” hitmaker on the red carpet of the Brit Awards at the O2 Arena in London, Britain on Feb. 22, 2017. Reuters/Neil Hall

Hours before conquering the Brit Award stage on Wednesday night, Katy Perry took to social media to announce a special contest wherein the winner will get to meet her personally. Also, the lucky fan will get a pass to attend the upcoming iHeartRadio Music Awards 2017.

In a self-taken video she uploaded on Instagram, Perry enthusiastically announces the iHeartKatyContest, which is made possible by iHeartRadio and musical.ly. The singer-songwriter then details that for one to enter, he or she should record a musical.ly clip while singing to her latest single “Chained to the Rhythm.” Entries should be shared on both Twitter and Instagram with the hashtags #CHAINEDTOTHERHYTHM and #iHeartKatyContest. One lucky fan will then get to not only attend the iHeartRadio Awards this March 5, but also meet Perry in person.

Meanwhile, Orlando Bloom’s girlfriend also took the time to tease her IG followers about her Brit Awards performance prior the show. In one post, she used her promotional pic for “Chained to the Rhythm” to give fans an obvious hint on what she’s going to perform at the awards event. She jokingly stated in the caption that she’ll make it rain Yorkshire puddings during her number.

She shared a snap of her back while she’s getting ready for the show. It’s also clear that the photo speaks of her strong advocacy for women’s rights based on the word “WOMAN” embroidered on her black robe. What’s also noticeable from the pic is the different shade of locks she’s sporting compared to the short blonde hair she’s rocking on live stages lately. This has even caused some confusion to her fans. One wrote: “I’m confused. Are you blonde now or wig?” Another commented: “Girl, I knew you were wearing a wig.”

As expected, Perry’s live stage at the Brit Awards was politically charged. The 32-year-old singer sang her new single while skeleton figures resembling British Prime Minister Theresa May and U.S. President Donald Trump roamed the stage. At one point, the figures met at the center of the stage to re-enact how the two world leaders shook hands at the White House in January, as firts reported by Us Weekly.