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Katy Perry says she will debut new music during the ICC Women’s World Cup final

“I’m coming for surprises!” Katy Perry confirms that she will debut new music during her Australian show at the ICC World Cup Final

She is scheduled to perform on March 8 at the ICC Women’s World Cup Final in Melbourne.

And Katy Perry has now revealed her plans to debut new music during the long-awaited show, which coincides with International Women’s Day.

The 35-year-old pop star told The Kyle And Jackie O Show on Monday that she wanted to return her “incredible” Down Under fans.

“I’m coming for surprises!” Katy Perry, 35, has confirmed that she will debut new music during her Australian show at the ICC Women’s World Cup final next month

“I have some surprises in store,” Katy told host Jackie after she asked the Firework singer: “When are we going to get new music from you?”

“Australia is one of the most supportive, incredible places in the world for me and my music,” Katy said.

“You’ve always received and shown my music like that, so you know, if I bring something extra to Australia, it’s because you deserve it,” she added.

“If I bring something extra to Australia, it’s because you deserve it”: the 35-year-old pop star told The Kyle And Jackie O Show on Monday that she wanted to give back her “incredible” fans

Katy’s announced her ICC show in November last year by posting a cheeky clip on her Instagram and teasing the performance.

In the recordings, Katy tells fans: “So I have an idea of ​​what we can do for International Women’s Day, and adds:” Why don’t you come with me on March 8, 2020 to celebrate women and maybe we can make it the biggest make up for a female sporting event. See you there!’

She endorsed the post: “Aussie Aussie Aussie Oi Oi Oi! Let’s break some records … We’ll roar to support these amazing women on International Women’s Day! ”

Incoming! In November, Katy Perry, 35, (photo) announced for the first time her plans to go to 'records' during her headlining 2020 ICC Women's World Cup final performance on March 8 for Women's Day

Incoming! In November, Katy Perry, 35, (photo) announced for the first time her plans to go to 'records' during her headlining 2020 ICC Women's World Cup final performance on March 8 for Women's Day

Incoming! Katy first announced her plans to lead Down Under in November last year

Shortly thereafter, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph later that month, the California Girl hit maker revealed that supporting the event was powerful.

‘It’s so special to be able to be part of this final of the women’s championship on International Women’s Day. Every form of empowerment that I can offer for the cause of equality is what I want to be part of. “

The nominee for the Grammy award, which has no fewer than nine number one hits on the Billboard 100, toured Australia several times during her career.

California Girl: In November Katy told The Daily Telegraph: “It’s so special to be able to be part of this final of the women’s championship on International Women’s Day”

Katy added that she feels a special bond with Australia, as well as strong women in general who do what they love and get their ‘earned’ shine.

For the first time, the ICC T20 Women’s and Men’s World Cup are held as stand-alone events in the same country – and in the same year. The 10 best ladies teams compete in 23 games from February 21 to March 8, 2020.

The event will be held at the MCG in Melbourne and will also be part of a world record attempt to attend a Women’s Sporting Event, previously held at the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup in California.

Fans who want to catch a glimpse of the pop-top pop star can purchase tickets for her exclusive performance here.

Rewriting History! During the event, the public will also be part of a World Record attempt to participate in a women's sporting event that was previously held at the FIFA Women's World Cup in California in 1999

Rewriting History! During the event, the public will also be part of a World Record attempt to participate in a women's sporting event that was previously held at the FIFA Women's World Cup in California in 1999

Rewriting History! During the event, the public will also be part of a World Record attempt to participate in a women’s sporting event that was previously held at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in California in 1999

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