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Katy Perry's saucy striptease at Italian music bash.

Byline: ANI

London, Feb 19 (ANI): American singer songwriter Katy Perry gave audience at an Italian music The term Italian music is ambiguous and may refer to several topics:
  • The music of Italy
  • The folk, popular, classical (especially opera) musics of Italy and the Italian peoples
  • The music of Italian people in the United States or other countries
 bash the time of their life after she did a striptease for them.

Perry, 24, had arrived on stage at the San Remo San Remo (sän rĕ`mō), city (1991 pop. 56,003), in Liguria, NW Italy, on the Ligurian Sea and on the Italian Riviera. It is a fashionable resort and gaming center and a major flower market.  Song Festival, in a heavily flowered white jacket, which she then discarded in honour of the presenter's favourite football team - Inter Milan, reports the Sun.

She is said to have deftly removed her blazer to reveal a tight-fitting basque.

The sexy blue garment, combined with green shoes and red gloves complemented the Italian emblem on Inter's shirts. (ANI)

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