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Katy Perry is looking forward to the future. While the 37-year-old singer is enjoying her current Las Vegas residency, she's ready to get back on the road.ET spoke with Perry on Wednesday at Resorts World Las Vegas as she was presented with the Key to the Las Vegas Strip by the Clark County commission to celebrate the success of her residency, Play. June 8 was also declared «Katy Perry Day.» Additionally, the musician confirmed that eight more shows have been added to her residency for October, but after that, she isn't sure what her plans are.«If the demand is there, I'll just keep playing,» Perry said, adding that having a residency is «kind of like the pinnacle for the pop star.»Katy Perry holds up a ceremonial key to the Las Vegas Strip during a ceremony where she also received a proclamation of June 8 as Katy Perry Day at Resorts World Las Vegas on June 8, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Perry noted that she isn't sure how much longer she'll remain in one place, because she would still like to do a few more world tours — and for good reason. «I want to put out new music that would support those world tours because as much as it is fun to be like on one stage and having all these people from around the world come and visit me, I still need to come and visit you.
'Apocalyptic' dust storm that will stop you breathing could hit the UK in two weeks
apocalyptic dust cloud, so thick it can choke you, has taken over parts of the Middle East – and it could hit the UK next week.Parts of Syria, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are currently caked in a deep orange dust cloud.The Gulf states have been experiencing the weather system since April, which even saw the sand-filled winds hit UK shores.The Saharan dust cloud created a “blood rain” effect in London, and left UK streets covered in dust but this time, it appears to be much worse.Hospitals in Syria have been treating numerous patients who are unable to breathe due to inhaling the dust, while most Gulf states declared a state of emergency two weeks ago.And Muge Akpinar-Elci, dean of the school of public health at the University of Nevada told The Guardian: “It is very concerning.“Dust storms do not just impact one country or specific location in the world and can have far-reaching consequences globally.”According to weather service Accuweather, the UK will experience level eight UV rays on the UV index from Saturday, June 18 – which is rated as “unhealthy”.It is set to last for three days, until Monday, June 20.This is the same rating London had when the “blood rain” hit the country last month – and could be a sign that the deadly dust clouds are coming our way.Syria's healthy ministry spokesman, Seif al-Bard confirmed that three people had died from the dust in the Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor, and he issued an ominous warning to the rest of the world.He said: “The impact of dust storms exceeds regional and continental boundaries.“So this is not somebody else’s problem, this is everyone’s problem.”In May, a Met Office spokesman said: “Each year on several occasions the UK will see rain