They made the group roar, roar, roar.
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, shocked onlookers Saturday night once they showed as much as the finale of Katy Perry’s “PLAY” residency on the Resorts World Theatre in Las Vegas.
A photograph posted to X shows the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, together with Céline Dion, 55, being escorted by security to their seats.
In a 4-second clip uploaded to TikTok, audience members could be heard gasping and pointing while attempting to snap pics of Harry, 39, and Markle, 42.
“Katy getting A-list support,” commented one fan.
Dion went to the concert together with her 13-year-old twin sons, Eddy and Nelson.
Perry’s show marks the second time the “My Heart Will Go On” singer has been seen in public since revealing her diagnosis of stiff person syndrome in December 2022.
Dion attended Monday’s hockey game between the Vegas Golden Knights and the Montreal Canadiens.
Orlando Bloom, who’s engaged to Perry, got here to the concert with the couple’s 3-year-old daughter, Daisy.
In a clip posted to X, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star, 46, could be seen dancing to Perry’s “Chained to the Rhythm” while holding the tot.
The support from the Sussexes comes after Perry, 39, and Bloom supposedly struck up a detailed friendship with the couple after they moved to their Montecito home in 2020, in line with People.
“Just two days ago, Orlando Bloom sent me a message — because he’s just down the road and we kind of keep in touch,” Harry said in 2021 while appearing on “The Armchair Expert” podcast.
Harry shared that the “Lord of the Rings” star warns him each time members of the media are close by.
Perry’s residency in Vegas began in December 2021 and was continuously prolonged to fulfill demand.
This will not be the primary time she has performed for royalty.
In May, the “California Gurls” singer took the stage on the coronation concert honoring King Charles III, 74.
The “I Kissed A Girl” hitmaker belted her iconic tunes in a metallic Vivienne Westwood gown.
Since then, she and Bloom have weathered backlash for allegedly evicting a dying veteran from his home.
It’s the most recent in a string of legal battles for the “Firework” performer.