Fan Gives Katy Perry Toilet Paper During Bushfire Relief Performance

Katy Perry hit the stage for yesterday's free FIGHT ON bushfire recovery concert in Bright, Victoria, and she certainly didn't disappoint.

The 35-year-old singer, who recently revealed she is expecting her first child with fiance Orlando Bloom, was hard to miss in her stunning neon Valentino dress while she performed a string of her most popular hits for the excited crowd.

The "Swish Swish" songstress was even gifted one of Australia's current hot commodities by a fan in the crowd -- a roll of toilet paper, complete with fan messages and a bow.



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Twitter user Yasmin Nelson, who gave Perry the roll, uploaded a video of the bizarre moment to Twitter.

In a second tweet, she added: "I got fans to write cute messages on it and [Perry] said "I might need this" and also "was this like $80?"

Perry also gave two fans a birthday surprise, inviting Country Fire Authority (CFA) worker Dara and Forest Fire Management worker Steph onto the stage as she sang happy birthday to the pair.

She then invited a crew of rescue workers onstage to perform her last song, popular power ballad "Roar," which is about overcoming obstacles in the face of diversity.

Katy Perry invites CFA representatives up on stage as she performs. Image: Getty

Perry said the reason she decided to hold the gig in the small Victorian town was because it "reminded her of home".

"Hearing stories of [people] evacuating over Christmas and New Years and all the people who volunteered and their families, it really hit close to home," she said.

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Katy Perry poses for a selfie prior to her concert in Bright. Image: Getty

"Music is about the community, it's about people, it's about touching people's hearts," she continued. "I love local people. I'm from a local little town … so I felt really close to it."

"It reminded me of home," she said. "It really grounds me when I'm out in these types of places. Small towns are the backbones of big towns -- small places are the best finds."

Image: Getty Images.