Orlando Bloom has shared perhaps the most sweet behind0the-scenes footage from Joe Biden’s inauguration special, as his fiancee Katy Perry performed Firework.
We got chills as Katy performed her hit after Mr Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.
A bevy of pop stars performed from various locations due to the coronavirus pandemic and Dark Horse singer Katy blew viewers away with a slightly pared back performance of her 2010 single in front of the Lincoln Memorial, which ended the set with an explosion of fireworks which lit up the sky in the backdrop.
Treating us to a view not seen on the televised version, actor Orlando was challenging us not to cry as he acted as her biggest cheerleader side-of-camera.
As he filmed the end of the performance nearby, Katy was seen absolutely glowing with happiness as he ran up to give her a kiss while exclaiming: ‘That was amazing.’
Katy exclaimed she loved Orlando as they continued their sweet moment, with the actor sharing that he’s ‘one proud partner’.
Sharing the clip to his Instagram, Orlando shared he cried ‘a tear of joy’ and can’t wait for the couple’s four-month-old daughter, Daisy, to be old enough to see her mother’s historic moment.
He wrote: ‘One day our little girl will grow up and see her mother play her part in a moment in history that we hope will heal, we hope will unite, we hope, we love.
‘One proud partner here with a tear of joy.’
Katy was back doing her thing six weeks after giving birth and, while the superstar insisted her daughter will always be her main priority, she said she loved being a working mum.
She previously said: ‘She’ll always be the number one most important thing ever, naturally. But I love being a working mum.
‘I don’t think there’s anything negative about it. It’s like, “Wow, you can do that and that?” All right! That’s a woman, you know?’
For last night’s performance Katy joined the likes of Demi Lovato, Foo Fighters and John Legend who all performed the virtual Celebrating America concert.
The 90-minute show was hosted by Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks and featured speeches from President Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris.
Earlier in the day, Lady Gaga sang the national anthem at the inauguration swearing in, while Jennifer Lopez and Garth Brooks also performed.