Katy Perry throws support behind farmers facing the drought

Alicia Vrajlal
Entertainment Editor

American singer Katy Perry has thrown her support behind the Australian farmers facing the drought.

On Friday afternoon the 33-year-old musician threw on a plaid shirt and Akubra-style hat during a Westfield shopping centre appearance in Brisbane.

Katy draped the shirt over her shoulders as she addressed the crowd of dedicated fans who were lucky enough to see the Roar singer in the flesh.

Katy Perry threw her support behind the farmers facing the drought in Australia by wearing a plaid shirt and hat during a shopping centre appearance on Friday. Source: Media Mode

“Take that, drought,” she passionately said while walking across the stage.

Katy has been in Australia the past few weeks for her Witness tour, and will be finishing up in Sydney next week. 

Dryer conditions in recent months have left Australian farmers across the nation struggling. 

She passionately spoke to the fans who had come along to see her. Source: Media Mode
Katy is currently in Australia for her Witness tour. Source: Media Mode

Earlier this week official figures showed 100% of NSW is now impacted by drought, with less than 10 millimetres of rain recorded in the western, northwest, and central areas of the state over the past month.

AAP reports that drier-than-normal conditions are forecast for the next three months across the majority of the state.

Earlier this week official figures showed 100% of NSW is now impacted by drought. Source: Channel Seven

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