At King Charles’ coronation event, Katy Perry wants to spread “light and love.”

At King Charles' coronation event, Katy Perry wants to spread "light and love."

King Charles III’s coronation concert is on Sunday, May 7, and Katy Perry is preparing to play.

The “American Idol” judge expressed her gratitude during an interview with Access Hollywood, saying she is “so grateful” for the chance.

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Katy Perry wants to spread “light and love.”

Perry said, “I’m just so thrilled to be asked for these occasions and that I have the songs, I think, to accompany them. When it comes down to it, the songs are everything.

The “Firework” singer said that she represents The British Asian Trust, one of the royal foundations, as an ambassador.

Because of the foundation’s support for the widespread and abhorrent practice of child trafficking, Perry said, “It’s only natural.” “I’m also an ambassador for UNICEF, so both of those things truly represent my basic values, and as a mother, I know firsthand what’s most crucial, which are these defenseless children.

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I’m going there to represent myself as an ambassador and just to bring the light and the love, the speaker continued. All I ever want to bring is that.

The BBC revealed the partial coronation concert schedule on April 14, and it featured Perry, Andrea Bocelli, and Lionel Richie.

Katy Perry, King Charles
At the concert celebrating King Charles’ coronation, Katy Perry provided information about her impending appearance. (Getty Images)

As Charles’ big day approaches, more performers are “due to be announced shortly,” according to the BBC.

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Perry prepares for the big performance after a number of A-list celebs snubbed the invitation to appear.

King Charles, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie
King Charles’ coronation in May will feature performances by Katy Perry and Lionel Richie. (Getty Images)

According to a number of stories, the Spice Girls, Elton John, Robbie Williams, and Harry Styles all rejected to take the stage at the coronation event held on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

According to earlier reports, Adele and Ed Sheeran also declined to perform at the historic concert.

Luke Bryan, a country music singer, was disappointed that he wasn’t invited to King Charles’ gala weekend like his fellow “American Idol” judges were.

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Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie
Luke Bryan, a judge on “American Idol,” expressed his “jealousy” at not receiving an invitation to sing at King Charles’ coronation concert like his fellow judges Katy Perry and Lionel Richie. (Eric McCandless/ABC)

Bryan told Access Hollywood, “They’re not letting me in on any secrets because they know of my degree of jealousy that I didn’t get the invite.

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