TMZ GOSSIP – The “Firecracker” artist performed her tune ‘By the Grace of God’ amid the honor show Sunday night.
Katy Perry ceased the show and brought light to abusive behavior at home Sunday amid her Grammy execution.
The “Thunder” artist performed “By the Grace of God” with an extraordinary visitor, Brooke Axtell, an aggressive behavior at home survivor.
Prior to the demonstration started President Obama gave an announcement about how persuasive specialists can be to helping energize casualties of local ill-use get help and change considering.
“Artist have a unique power to change minds and attitudes,” the President said.
Axtell then took to the stage and did a spoken-word piece about her experience as a victim of domestic violence.
“Authentic love does not devalue another human being,” she said to the audience. “Authentic love does not silence shame or abuse.”
“It’s an honor to collaborate with Katy in this way,” the Austin-based activist recently told People. “She has been very devoted to various aspects of female empowerment. It’s going to bring a lot of encouragement and freedom to those who hear my story and know that they are not alone in this.”
After Axtell shared her story about her dangerous past relationship, Perry, 30, took the stage in front of a white screen wearing an all-white dress with what appeared to be her shadow behind her.