Katy Perry's MTV VMA Dress, Grill: Love It or Hate It?

Celebrity Style Aug. 25, 2013 AT 9:10PM
Katy Perry donned a loud, skin-tight leopard-print dress for the MTV VMAs on Sunday, Aug. 25.

Katy Perry donned a loud, skin-tight leopard-print dress for the MTV VMAs on Sunday, Aug. 25.

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Katy Perry's making sure that her fans can really hear her roar! The pop singer donned a loud leopard-print Emanuel Ungaro gown for the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, Aug. 25, and wasn't shy about flaunting her figure on the red carpet in the skin-tight dress.

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The long-sleeved, knee-length dress featured gold, feathered details on the top and a thigh-high slit. The 28-year-old topped off her look with a tight, high ponytail. Perry also gave fans a bit of a surprise with a pop of color on her teeth -- in the form of a set of grills.

Katy Perry bares her teeth (and grills) on the red carpet at the MTV VMAs on Sunday, Aug. 25.
Katy Perry bares her teeth (and grills) on the red carpet at the MTV VMAs on Sunday, Aug. 25.
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"I'm just trying to bust a little Angelina Jolie up in hurr," she joked to MTV before the show, referring to the risque cut. The singer, who is set to close out the show with a performance of her hit song "Roar," added that she's excited to share her new album Prism with her fans.

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"Reflection is a great word for Prism," she said. "I let a lot of light into my life. I get to burst my colors out to everyone." As Us Weekly exclusively reported, Perry is set to perform "Roar" beneath the Brooklyn Bridge for the show's big final number.

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So tell Us: What do you think of Katy Perry's daring look?

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