& # 039; Take that, drought! & # 039; Katy Perry supports the victims of the Australian drought by dressing as a farmer

Take that, drought! & # 39; Katy Perry dresses as a peasant while making a shameful reference to the film Clueless to highlight the great drought in Australia during the appearance in a shopping center

He is currently in the middle of the Australian stage of his Witness world tour.

And during a presentation at a shopping mall in Brisbane on Friday, Katy Perry launched her support for the victims of "the worst drought of the century," which farmers on Australia's east coast are currently battling.

During an impromptu act on stage, the 34-year-old put on a country hat and a plaid shirt before announcing that she was dressed as a farmer, while declaring defiantly: "Take that, drought!"

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Take that, drought! & # 39; Katy Perry dresses as a peasant while making a shameful reference to the film Clueless to highlight the great drought in Australia during the appearance in a shopping center

Take that, drought! & # 39; Katy Perry dresses as a peasant while making a shameful reference to the film Clueless to highlight the great drought in Australia during the appearance in a shopping center

Katy chose to dress after the presenter Scott Tweedie gave her a fedora-style hat and a button-down shirt on stage at the Westfield Mall in Carindale.

"Of course I'll dress like a farmer," Katy said as she accepted the gifts.

Then he declared: & # 39; One of my favorite quotes, from [movie] Disoriented, "you can be a farmer with those clothes!" & # 39;

& # 39; I think that's from Clueless? I'm not sure … take that, drought!

Support: The 34-year-old put on a country hat and a plaid shirt before announcing that she was dressed as a farmer

Support: The 34-year-old put on a country hat and a plaid shirt before announcing that she was dressed as a farmer

Support: The 34-year-old put on a country hat and a plaid shirt before announcing that she was dressed as a farmer

Helping her way: Katy chose to dress after the presenter Scott Tweedie gave her a fedora-style hat and a button-down shirt on stage at the Westfield Shopping Center in Carindale, Brisbane

Helping her way: Katy chose to dress after the presenter Scott Tweedie gave her a fedora-style hat and a button-down shirt on stage at the Westfield Shopping Center in Carindale, Brisbane

Helping her way: Katy chose to dress after the presenter Scott Tweedie gave her a fedora-style hat and a button-down shirt on stage at the Westfield Shopping Center in Carindale, Brisbane

Katy was supporting what has been described as "the worst drought of the century" in Australia.

In the last month, farmers in New South Wales reported less than 10 mm of rain, with the trend of low rainfall projected for at least the next three months.

The authorities officially declared the entire state in drought on Wednesday.

With the warning from the meteorological office, there is no end in sight, the Red Cross has established a relief appeal, while the Salvation Army is distributing food baskets.

Crisis: Katy was supporting what has been described as "the worst drought of the century" in Australia

Crisis: Katy was supporting what has been described as "the worst drought of the century" in Australia

Crisis: Katy was supporting what has been described as "the worst drought of the century" in Australia

Some farmers have spent up to $ 10,000 per truck loaded with hay just to feed their animals, according to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Another victim in one of the driest winters recorded in New South Wales was evident on Thursday when a little lamb caught crying while her mother lay dead on the ground was photographed.

The image is a clear reminder of the effect on drought throughout the state in livestock.

Crisis: A baby lamb was caught crying while her mother lay dead on the ground on Thursday as a result of the drought in New South Wales.

Crisis: A baby lamb was caught crying while her mother lay dead on the ground on Thursday as a result of the drought in New South Wales.

Crisis: A baby lamb was caught crying while her mother lay dead on the ground on Thursday as a result of the drought in New South Wales.

Farmers have been forced to resort to drastic measures as food for their livestock decreases and water shortages take their toll.

A farmer in northwest New South Wales had planned to shoot the 1,200 of his hungry sheep and bury them in a common grave on his barren farm.

The sheep on the farm at Les Jones were so demated that their family could not use them to feed themselves "unless we ate soup every day," he said.

However, The Daily Telegraph reported that the public flooded the couple in donations to save their animals.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Katy's management to comment on this article.

& # 39; The worst drought of the century & # 39 ;: some farmers have spent up to $ 10,000 per truck loaded with hay just to feed their animals, according to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

& # 39; The worst drought of the century & # 39 ;: some farmers have spent up to $ 10,000 per truck loaded with hay just to feed their animals, according to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

& # 39; The worst drought of the century & # 39 ;: some farmers have spent up to $ 10,000 per truck loaded with hay just to feed their animals, according to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

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