Katy Perry surprised her cutest and biggest fan with an at-home concert, and her mum could not have been more grateful.

 

The pop singer is currently on tour and had a concert set in Australia, but one fan could not attend.

 

Little Grace had bought tickets to see the show with her mum over a year ago, but unfortunately, she’s been battling a brain tumour all year.

 

Her sister, Tiana, immediately took action and was determined to get Grace the concert she had been dreaming of for so long.

 

 

“RETWEET PLEASE! my baby sister is meant to attend @katyperry concert in Adelaide this year but was diagnosed with a 6cm Brain tumour and has been battling all year,

 

“Grace has love been Katy’s biggest fan since she was 3, please help us try and get in contact with @katyperry,” Tiana tweeted on July 24th.

 

The Internet came to her aid and eventually, the news reached Katy Perry herself.

 

Just yesterday, the popstar came down to Grace’s house and gave her a private concert!

 

 

The Power Of The Internet #helpGracemeetKatyPerry 

A post shared by KATY PERRY (@katyperry) on

 

Katy introduced herself to the whole family, commending Tiana for shaving her head to raise money for her sister’s treatment.

 

The singer also said that little Grace was ‘the first person’ she had ever given a private concert in their home.

 

In the video, Katy is seen laughing and hanging out with all the kids and singing her hit song “Firework” while holding Grace’s hand.

 

Grace and Tiana’s mum thanked Katy and gave her a big hug for doing this for her daughter.

 

 

‘The power of the Internet’ that Katy captioned her photo can truly be attributed to the power of sisterhood.

 

Tiana probably wanted to cheer up her little sis in any way she could, and her constant posting with the hashtag #helpgracemeetkatyperry spread like wildfire.

 

We wish Grace the best of luck with her recovery and are so glad that she has such an awesome sister and supportive family surrounding her.

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