Katy Perry Sings Live at Lakewood High School to Roars of Approval (Video)

Katy Perry Sings Live at Lakewood High School to Roars of Approval (Video)

Katy Perry sang live at Lakewood High School to roars of approval from the students who won the Roar lip dub contest that had been run by Perry and Good Morning America. Perry had announced the contest on GMA earlier this year which she left open for schools across the US to make their own music lip dub video.

Katy Perry Roars Approval for Lakewood High School Lip Dub Epic Win

Katy Perry Roars Approval for Lakewood High School Lip Dub Epic Win

Lakewood High School, Colorado have won the GMA Roar lip dubbing contest. Katy PerryRoar-ed her approval of the Lakewood High School lip dub entry when she announced the winning entry on Oct. 25.  She loved it when she first saw it and even tweeted about it to her many fans.

Katy Perry Announces Roar Lip Dub Contest Winner

Katy Perry Announces Roar Lip Dub Contest Winner

Katy Perry announced the Roar lip dub contest winner this morning live from London at the Good Morning America studios. Lakewood High School in Colorado won the first place honors. Was anyone surprised?

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry announced back in September on Good Morning America that she was holding aRoar lip dub contest which would consist of high schools across the country creating two minute videos to enter into the competition. Once Perry put the word out, nearly 1,000 videos came streaming in from 44 US states.

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry Roar Contest: Lakewood High School Makes Finals (Video)

Katy Perry announced back in September on Good Morning America that she was holding aRoar lip dub contest which would consist of high schools across the country creating two minute videos to enter into the competition. Once Perry put the word out, nearly 1,000 videos came streaming in from 44 US states.

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