Hit105 gets Katy Perry to go full farmer for drought relief campaign
Brisbane’s Stav, Abby and Matt roped in pop superstar Katy Perry to help out with their ‘Fiver For A Farmer’ drought relief initiative as the singer tours Australia this month.
In addition to the stadium shows she’s been slaying, Perry has also been popping into shopping centres around the nation which is where Hit105’s Black Thunder Pilot Cody ‘The Code’ Shaeffer pressed the popstar to support the very worthy cause.
Armed with a sign that said “I I don’t ask you a question I’ll be fired”, Perry rose to The Code’s challenge, quickly donning the Akubra and flannel provided and declaring, “Take that, drought!”
Inspired by 10-year-old listener Jack Berne, the Hit105 Breakfast crew are encouraging Brisbanites to dress up like a farmer this Friday, August 17 and donate to Rural Aid and Drought Angels who help families doing it tough in drought-affected areas of Queensland.
To register a ‘Fiver For A Farmer’ event or to donate, head over to the Hit105 website.