Katy Perry performed Chains Us To The Rhythm With ‘Swish Swish’ & ‘Bon Appetit’ Shows On ‘SNL’

Katy Perry has officially chained us to her rhythm. For the finale episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’ season 42, the pop star performed diss track ‘Swish Swish’ and ‘Bon Appetit’ from her highly-anticipated album, ‘Witness.’ Better bust out those dancing shoes!We are not worthy ofKaty Perry, 32. Ending season 42 ofSaturday Night Livewith a massive bang, the blonde bombshell rocked out on stage to diss track “Swish Swish,” which she basically confirmed is aboutTaylor SwiftonJimmy Fallon‘s late night talkshow. The song is believed to be a clap back to “Bad Blood.” Dressed in a Beetlejuice-inspired outfit and glittery eye makeup, Katy danced around in front of spooky models walking the runway and one kid who was doing some pretty impressive arm movements. Watch, that guy isgoing to become a meme in a matter of minutes!But wait — there’s even more good news!The singer announced her arena tourearlier this week, which will begin on August 7 in Columbus, Ohio and conclude on February 2 inVancouver, British Columbia. There’s LOTS to look forward to on this highly-anticipated upcoming album that Katy has been teasing soheavily. So far she’s dropped “Chained To The Rhythm,” “Bon Appetit” featuring rapperMigos, and we’ve heard brief clips of “Witness.”The music video for “Bon Appetit”is unlike anything we’ve seen from her as it introduces a dark and cannibalistic tone.And just when we thought Katy’s career couldn’t peak any higher,she signs a contract withAmerican Idol. Ever since the ABC show announced it’s surprising return, producers have been hunting for big names to join the panel of judges. They lostKelly ClarksontoThe Voicebut thankfully snaggedOrlando Bloom‘s ex-girlfriend in the knick of time! 2017is officially the year of Katy awesomeness!

Swish Swish#SNLFinale@katyperrypic.twitter.com/xMJpa1RtHS— Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl)May 21, 2017@katyperry#SNLFinalepic.twitter.com/MVWub6bmUB— Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl)May 21, 2017


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