• Katy Perry's Las Vegas residency ends with royal guests
  • A music icon also attended the show
  • Perry's husband was also there

The glitz and glamour of Las Vegas were heightened on Saturday night as Katy Perry (39) ended her residency show, Play, on a high note. The star-studded audience included none other than Meghan Markle (42), Prince Harry (39), and Céline Dion (55).

Royalty and pop diva grace Perry's finale

The Sussexes and Dion were spotted in the VIP section of The Theatre at Resorts World, where Perry belted out her hits. This show of support from the royal couple comes after Prince Harry revealed last year that they are friendly neighbors with Perry and her partner, Orlando Bloom (46, actor), in Montecito, California.

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Orlando Bloom was also seen cheering for Perry with their 3-year-old daughter, Daisy. A concertgoer shared an adorable video of Bloom dancing along to Perry's song "Chained to the Rhythm," while holding Daisy in a rare public appearance for the toddler.


Perry's Vegas residency started in December 2021. After a successful run of shows, the "Roar" singer extended her residency until the final show on Saturday night. She celebrated the end of her residency with a wrap party, sharing photos and clips on her social media accounts.

Céline Dion's night out

Céline Dion, who revealed last year that she has stiff-person syndrome, was also present with her twin sons Eddy and Nelson (13). This outing comes after she was pictured at a hockey game in Vegas on Monday with her eldest son René-Charles (22) and the twins.

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As Perry concluded her Vegas residency, the singer expressed her gratitude and love for her cast and crew, promising to miss them.