Katy Perry's new single "Chained to the Rhythm" got noticed for being slightly political, warning listeners of being "so comfortable, we cannot see the trouble," and she brought a similarly strong message to her 2017 GRAMMYs performance.
Making a statement from the beginning, the Prism singer wore a white suit with an arm band with "PERSIST" on it—undoubtedly a message to Donald Trump, as Perry was a huge supporter of Hillary Clinton. The imagery continued as Katy danced alongside a wall, which was later turned into a projection of the Constitution of the United States. The star ended her performance, yelling, "No hate!"—once again, a clear statement to the Trump administration.
Katy's performance was the most politically charged during a rather moderate night so far. Keep up with all things GRAMMYs 2017 right here.