Katy Perry's lace-up corset skirt proves that the whale tail trend never dies

Action in the front, party in the back.

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In case you've forgotten, Katy Perry is one to pull off edgy looks and camp outfits every now and then, and her March 6 appearance at Billboard's Women in Music event was no exception.

The pop star made a splash on the red carpet, wearing a red two-piece set – the top, a simple strapless number with lace-up detailing at the back, matched perfectly with her structured skirt which had a hidden gray overlay. The skirt's corset detailing was also in the back, allowing Perry's butt and black thong to be the star of the show.

The “Roar” singer accessorized her look with a pair of elegant pearl earrings, a matching necklace, black thigh-high boots and a bold red lip.

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<p>Perry's outfit also had unique details, but they lived on her skin — highlighting the thong straps was a flesh-colored faux tattoo of a butterfly that sat between the top and skirt.  The 39-year-old pointed out the interesting addition to her skin in a circular post on her Instagram along with several snaps from the night, which she captioned: “You're my butterfly, sugar, baby.”  The line hails from Crazytown's 1999 song “Butterfly.”</p>
<p>Some fans wondered in the comments section if the butterfly references meant new music coming soon – “New era?????”  But the status of Perry's new material is still up in the air, one user wrote under Perry's post.  When detected <a target=The decision to leave American Idol Last November, she told Jimmy Kimmel: “I love the show so much, but I want to go and see the world and maybe bring new music… Let's just say I'm creating a space for my new suite.” Until then, live the whale tail.

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