Katy Perry struggled to find her seat during King Charles‘ coronation this weekend.

The pop star, who wore a stylish lavender Vivienne Westwood dress with a matching hat, was filmed searching for her chair at Saturday’s ceremony at Westminster Abbey.


“Katy Perry looking for her seat is me trying to find my purpose in life,” a Twitter user wrote.

Perry took to Twitter to respond to the viral comedic video.

She also expressed her appreciation for being invited to the ceremony on Instagram. Perry included photos and videos from the day and said that she was invited by King Charles due to her support of the British Asian Trust’s Children Protection Fund, which combats child sexual abuse, child labor and trafficking.

Perry was among many celebrities in attendance at the coronation event. Big names such as Judi Dench, Emma Thompson, Maggie Smith and fellow American Idol judge Lionel Richie were in attendance as well as members of the royal family, including Prince William and Prince Harry.

Perry and Richie also performed at the coronation concert at Windsor Castle on Sunday. Other performers included Andrea Bocelli, Nicole Scherzinger and Paloma Faith.

The artists were chosen after a collection of A-list singers, including Elton John, the Spice Girls, Adele and Harry Styles turned down the opportunity.

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