Katy Perry Leans In And Busts Out At Hollywood Handprint Ceremony

She made a lasting impression.

Katy Perry left her mark on Hollywood at a handprint ceremony outside of TCL Chinese Theatre (originally Grauman's Chinese Theatre and renamed Mann's Chinese Theatre in 1973) on Tuesday.

The buxom singer joined designer Jeremy Scott, who also left his prints behind, for the premiere of their new movie, The Vladar Company's "Jeremy Scott: The People's Designer," which features Perry as one of Scott's muses.

Perry, 30, looked every bit like the movie stars whose handprints surrounded hers in a low-cut black gown with a thigh-high slit and some serious diamonds dangling from her ears. 

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