Pop star Katy Perry combined work and family time as she brought her 2-year-old daughter, Daisy, to American Idol's Hawaii Week, which begins Sunday on ABC.
Katy and fellow judges Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan mentored this season's Idol hopefuls, while Daisy, whom Katy shares with partner Orlando Bloom, enjoyed her own Disney adventures at the Aulani resort.
Katy told ET that Daisy fearlessly met Minnie and Mickey Mouse at breakfast, had already visited Disneyland Tokyo, and celebrated Christmas with Mickey last winter.
The proud mother shared her excitement as Daisy sang with Moana, and Perry joined in on the fun.
Katy also joked about naming her daughter after Daisy Duck, calling it: "subliminal."
She said: "She ran up to Mickey. She sang with Moana, I sang with Moana, it was amazing.
"You know, I think it's subliminal. I accidentally named my daughter after Daisy Duck.”
The special mom moment comes after the hitmaker tried to make amends with the American Idol contestant who claims the singer "mom-shamed" her.
Former contestant Sara Beth Liebe, 25, left the 21st season of the show on its latest instalment, opting to go back home to her three children.
The California native first got attention for her time on the show after she called out the "Firework" singer on TikTok for what she felt was a mom-shaming comment from her, which you can see in the video below.
Initially, there were mixed reactions to the contentious moment, with many fans coming to Katy's defense, writing on social media: "She didn't shame her. She made a joke," and: "She DID NOT shame her!!" as well as: "I didn't hear anything offensive."
During the American Idol episode, the former contestant came to the conclusion that she wasn't cut out for the competition and went home, though not before Katy tried to convince her not to.
Though she went through with her rendition of The Police's 1978 hit "Roxanne" for the judges – which also include Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie – she announced she was leaving when she finished her performance.
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