Katy Perry Explains the "Most Important" Performance of Her Career

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Katy Perry says that when she performed "Firework" on stage with an 11-year-old autistic fan, it was "the most important performance moment" of her entire career. %VIRTUAL-Gallery-156002%

Katy Perry
has had a lot of big moments in her career.

For example, Katy performed for Michelle, Sasha and Malia Obama at the 2013 Kids' Inaugural Ball, sang at the Grammys and has both hosted and been the musical guest on SNL!

The 28-year-old pop star has also reached many other major milestones that some singers can only dream of.

But when Katy recently spoke out about which moment was the absolute most important performance of her entire career, it surprisingly wasn't any one of those.

Turns out, when Katy stepped on stage in 2012 to perform "Firework" with an 11-year-old autistic fan, she was just as touched as everyone else was.

While speaking at the ASCAP "I Create Music Expo" in Los Angeles this weekend, where she was serving as a panelist, Katy said, '''Firework' is the most important song I've written. Performing it with an autistic girl accompanying her on piano and vocal harmony at a fundraiser was the most important performance of my career.''

Aww...how sweet!

Which Katy Perry performance is your all-time favorite?

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