KATY Perry stole the show as she was honoured for her charity work at the glittering amfAR gala in Los Angeles last night.
The singer, 33, was the star guest at the glitzy fundraiser and she was supported by her boyfriend Orlando Bloom, 41 – but they avoided each other on the red carpet.
Katy looked sensational in a blue dress adorned with feathers at the bash, which was held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.
The Firework star was presented with the Courage Award for her “profound commitment to the fight against AIDS”.
Past recipients of the prize include Julia Roberts, Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lopez and Miley Cyrus.
Among the guests was Katy’s boyfriend Orlando, who looked dapper in a tux.
However, the publicity-shy couple did not walk the red carpet together and instead made separate appearances in front of the cameras.
Other stars at the bash included Heidi Klum, 45, who turned heads in a red gown, and Bruce Willis’ daughter Rumer, 30, who looked stunning in yellow.
Actress Leslie Mann, 46, chose a green floral dress for the red carpet bash while Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland, 27, opted for a pretty black and pink number.
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The gala included a performance by Dame Shirley Bassey and a live auction.
Last night’s event is raising money for amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, which supports research into the disease as well as HIV prevention and treatment.
Dame Elizabeth Taylor founded one of the charities which merged to form amfAR in 1985.
Over the years, the organisation has raised more than £9.9 million to help in the fight against AIDS.
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