These 26 Katy Perry Superfans Win At Everything

The neon wig population of Brooklyn tripled this past weekend, which could only mean one thing: Katy Perry's in town. The singer brought her Prismatic World Tour to the Barclays Center, and her fans welcomed her with a rainbow of headwear and outfits inspired by her music videos. "California Gurls," "Hot N' Cold," "Roar" — you name it, there was someone flawlessly matching it. Some ensembles were so convincing, we had to do a double take.
Copying Katy Perry's intricate music video looks is no easy feat. But these concertgoers seriously impressed us with their homemade versions of Perry's most recognizable looks — the heart-shaped wig made a few notable appearances. Think about that the next time you pull on your standard show-going outfit of black jeans and a flannel.
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It's never too early to start planning the perfect costume. Take notes from our favorite faux-Katy's spotted outside of the Barclays Center, get your glue gun and plastic cake slices, and start searching for the perfect fluorescent wig — you never know when you might need it.
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We're naming this trio MVK: Most Valuable Katy's of the night (after Katy Perry herself, of course.) From left: Riley, Grace, and Claire Rodriguez.
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Cat ears: check.
3D ensemble: check.
Glitter makeup: check.
Casey Angelone (left) and Rozemary Ndou (right) have the Katy Perry look down to a T.
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Best friends are truly the best accessory. Who else would match their shorts to your wig? Great coordination from Holly (left) and Laura Doyle (right).
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Asia Mojescik makes the case for wearing a bright purple wig every day.
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Yvonne Eseonu's tropical matching set easily transitions from happy hour to Katy Perry concert. She plays it down with a white T-shirt and leather handbag, but it's still bright enough to fit in with the fluorescent crowds.
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Elizabeth Doqaj has that power pose down pat.
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Amy Hibler (left) and Jessica M. Ford (right) go for a more subtle bestie outfit matching. The complementary rainbow hair is a nice touch.
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Cara and Georgi Giaccio are already planning for the inevitable Dr. Seuss-themed Katy Perry music video with their colorful Whovian ponytails.
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Light up like an embellished, purple firework like Tobi Cohen, pictured here with Anna Stain.
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Twinning, round one: Amy Pan (left) and Zhou Guan (right) match their sandals, denim, and red lipstick.
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Twinning, round two has less statement makeup, more rainbow hair for Sophie (left) and Eva Amaya (right).
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BRB, I'm off to buy matching wigs for me and my mom so we can be like Chiara Brithett and her daughter.
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Luisa Castro channels "Roar" in a very subtle way — can you spot the print on her shirt?
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We're keeping an eye on Maria Merchan. With her black sneakers, leather handbag, and printed skirt, she has all the makings for Street Style Star 2020.
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Kudos to this pair for each channeling their own Katy: Stephanie Jackson channels "Roar" on the right, while her daughter does her best "California Girls" on the left.
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