Katy Perry surprises young brain tumour survivor in Australia after viral Twitter campaign

The Katy Perry paid a visit at her residence on 31 July and sang three of her songs.

FP Staff August 01, 2018 14:46:10 IST
Katy Perry surprises young brain tumour survivor  in Australia after viral Twitter campaign

American Idol judge Katy Perry visited a young fan who couldn't attend her concert Adelaide, Australia due to an emergency brain surgery.

Katy Perry surprises young brain tumour survivor  in Australia after viral Twitter campaign

Katy Perry in 'Chained to the Rhythm'. Image from Twitter.

As reported by ABCeight-year-old Grace Moores was diagnosed with a brain tumor in April. She was planning to see Perry live on 30 July, however, she couldn't go because of her recovery. Tiana took to Twitter to explain her younger sister's story, garnering upwards of 20,000 retweets and a response from Perry's management.

The 'Fireworks' singer paid a visit at her residence on 31 July and sang three of her songs including 'Chained to the Rhythm' and 'Roar.' Grace's mother said that her daughter was looking forward to the event for more than a year and mentioned the little girl's enthusiasm to see her favorite popstar even after the surgery. 

Tiana described Katy Perry as a very lovely human and she helped Grace be happy.

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