Katy Perry Cradles Her Growing Baby Belly in First Performance Since Announcing Pregnancy

Katy Perry has that pregnancy glow! On Sunday, the mom-to-be took center field to perform at the International Cricket Council Women's T20 World Cup final in Melbourne, Australia. She opened the show with "Roar" before crooning "Firework" while donning a purple dress with Venus symbols as a nod to International Women's Day. Later in the evening, she performed "Firework" again with athletes from the Australia team, who defeated India to win the title. During that staging, Katy, 35, rocked a pink form-fitting dress and cradled her growing baby belly.

A day before her performance, the songstress stopped by the Melbourne Cricket Ground stadium to rehearse, making it her first public appearance since announcing she and fiancé Orlando Bloom are expecting their first child together. Wearing a colorful Mara Hoffman dress, she proudly modeled her pregnancy and took photos with athletes. Orlando took to Instagram to gush over the snaps, writing, "My babies blooming ❤️."

Katy confirmed she's expecting in the "Never Worn White" music video, which dropped on March 4. "Omg so glad I don't have to suck it in anymore," she joked on Twitter after the big reveal. While this will be Katy's first baby, Orlando shares 9-year-old son Flynn with ex-wife Miranda Kerr. Look ahead to see Katy radiating throughout the World Cup weekend!