Per usual, Katy Perry owned the stage when she performed her brand new, political song "Chained to the Rhythm" at the 2017 Grammy Awards. But the die-hard feminist snuck in some other political messages that you might have missed.
1. Her "PERSIST" arm band
Katy wore one of the slogans of the Anti-Trump movement on her —in shimmering pink rhinestones, because this is still KP we're talking about. The word was also recently used in a now-viral speech by Senator Elizabeth Warren.
2. The white pantsuit
Throughout her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton wore multiple white pantsuits as a nod to women's suffrage, which caused women across the nation to head to the polls all in white. For her Grammys performance, Katy recreated the historic look, but with a lace bustier under it, instead of a crisp white top—because, again, this is Katy Perry.
3. The white house
During the song, Katy danced in front of a plain white house, which may have represented the White House.
4. The white picket fence
The house was surrounded by a white picket fence, which grew steadily taller as Katy sang, until it was almost as tall as she is. The fence could represent the wall President Trump has pledged to build along the US/Mexico boarder.
5. The Constitution
Later on in her performance, both the white house and fence were dismantled, and replaced with a projection of the United States Constitution.
6. "NO HATE!"
At the end of the song, Katy yelled "no hate," a phrase that has also been echoed in anti-Trump protests.