In the glitzy world of pop stardom, the transition from chart-topping party anthems to lullabies and early mornings is a narrative not often shared in the limelight. Katy Perry, the pop sensation known for her electric performances and vibrant persona, recently opened up about the shifts in her life since becoming a mother. During the closing night of her Las Vegas residency, Perry, 39, shared candid reflections on motherhood and its impact on her once-tumultuous partying habits.

The "Roar" singer, who welcomed her daughter Daisy Dove with fiancé Orlando Bloom in 2020, addressed the audience with a mix of her trademark humor and newfound wisdom. "I was crazy in my twenties, but now I have a toddler who wakes me up at 6:30 whether I am hungover or not," Perry admitted. She described the experience of being hungover with a child as "shameful," humorously evoking the image of her daughter urging her to "wake up mum let's watch Minions!"

Perry's transformation from a party icon to a more grounded figure is a testament to the profound changes that parenthood can inspire. However, the pop star also acknowledged the challenges of adjusting to this new lifestyle, especially when the remnants of her previous life still beckon. "Now I am 39, if I drink more than two drinks, then the next day... bad times. I am reevaluating my whole life the next day," she shared with the crowd.

Despite her revelations, Perry was spotted hours later at a rooftop bash with the Chainsmokers at XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas. The Hollywood power couple, Perry and Bloom, were seen distributing shots of tequila and reportedly celebrated until around 3 a.m., suggesting that while motherhood may have introduced new priorities, the allure of the Vegas nightlife remains irresistible at times.

An eyewitness source described Perry as "full of life," engaging with the crowd and posing for photos that reflected her vibrant personality. It was a night of celebration, not just of her successful residency but also of her journey as a mother. During her final show, Perry introduced her daughter Daisy to the public for the first time, expressing her love and calling her "my best friend."

Perry's residency was not just a series of performances but a creative expression influenced by her daughter's birth. "I created this show after the birth of my daughter, Daisy Dove. When I met her, it was like all the love I was ever searching for finally showed up," Perry explained. She credited Daisy with healing her and teaching her how to play again, emphasizing the transformative power of love and the perspective of seeing life through a child's eyes.

As Perry concluded her residency with a star-studded audience that included Céline Dion and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, she left the stage with a message of love and freedom, a fitting end to a chapter that has seen the pop star evolve both personally and professionally.