WATCH: Katy Perry Honors Las Vegas Victims At New York Concert

 

Katy Perry honored the victims of the Las Vegas massacre.

During her concert Madison Square Garden Monday night, Katy took a short break from singing to pay tribute to the 59 people killed and more than 500 injured late Sunday night when a gunman opened fire on a music festival crowd.

She said, “I want to take this moment right here for Las Vegas tonight. Listen, I know it’s been a tough day, but music is special. It’s magic. It’s something that unites us. There’s a community here that we need to take care of, that we need to surround, that we need to lift up. I know that we all feel very disconnected sometimes, but music brings us together and it should never be a place of fear.”

She then asked the crowd to introduce themselves to their seatmates and say "I love you." 

“No one’s going to steal our joy,” she continued, introducing her song "Power". “No one’s going to wilt our flowers or clip our wings. No one’s going to take our power from us." 

 
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