So ya know how rumours have been kicking around all year that Katy Perry, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift will be performing at the Victoria's Secret Show in Shanghai this month?
Well, we can 3000% confirm that yr boy Harry will be performing (pause for outrageous Directioner screams).
Tay Tay (as usual) is still a big fat IDK, although we can confirm that she, too, has been issued an administrative license to perform four songs in Shanghai on November 20 (the date of the show), so we're not sure what to tell you about that one.
But get this!
"Swish Swish" singer Katy Perry was defs set to perform at the show but unfortunately (?) she was unable to secure a visa to China.
According to a report by Page Six, Katy has allegedly been banned from China over a controversial dress she wore in Taiwan back in 2015.
After hearing about Katy's motion for a Chinese visa, authorities reportedly reversed the decision to grant her access into the country.
"While she initially was informed that she’d be able to gain access, the decision apparently was reversed after the government caught wind of a controversial incident from 2015, in which Perry wore a bright, glittery dress with sunflowers on it during a performance in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan," Page Six wrote.
At the time of the show, Katy's dress sparked major backlash from the Taiwanese community as sunflowers are the symbol of protest group The Sunflower Student Movement.
The group was protesting the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement with China, which they felt would hurt Taiwan's economy. Taiwan has been in conflict with China over its independence for many years.
Katy isn't the only star who has been banned from entering China for the show this year!
Several models including Gigi Hadid have been deemed ineligible for Chinese visas and it's ~rumoured~ that Kendall Jenner also had qualms which is why she pulled out of the show.
But at the end of the day, this is irrelevant 'coz all that matters is that our glorious king angel Harry Styles will be there and we'll be at the show with bells on (via the internet, of course).