Perry power hit the streets of Melbourne today ahead of the ICC Women s T20 World Cup 2020 with the unveiling of a mural celebrating two of the world s most famous Perrys ; Australian cricketer Ellyse Perry and global pop superstar Katy Perry. <p></p> <p></p>Both will play their part in the biggest women s sporting event to ever be held in Australia which gets underway on 21 February and concludes with the final at the MCG on Sunday 8 March International Women s Day. <p></p> <p></p>Australian superstar Ellyse Perry, who was crowned the ICC Cricketer of the Year 2019, is a key member of the Australian squad who are reigning T20 World Champions and who will start the defence of their title in 15 days against India at Sydney Showground Stadium. <p></p> <p></p>Ellyse and her Australian teammates will be hoping to join Katy Perry for the final at the MCG where fans will be treated to a double performance from the iconic pop star. Katy will perform two songs to get the final underway followed by a one-hour* post-match concert, with her full band, immediately following the match her only performance in Australia whilst she s here. <p></p> <p></p>"It s an incredible ambition to try and fill the MCG on International Women s Day for the T20 World Cup final," Ellyse Perry said. "As a team, we have a long way to go, but we recognise we have a great opportunity ahead of us and we re looking forward to getting into the event. Regardless of whether we re there, it ll be an incredible moment for women s cricket. <p></p> <p></p>"It s very exciting to have someone like Katy Perry coming to play at the final and a bit surreal to be sharing a place with her on this mural. It s a bit of fun that she shares the same name, so hopefully I can get her in one of my Australian shirts. <p></p> <p></p>Ellyse put the finishing touches to the mural, which was painted in Melbourne s iconic Hosier Lane by local artist Tayla Broekman as part of the ICC Women s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour. Alongside Ellyse and Katy, the artwork also depicts the ICC Women s T20 World Cup 2020 trophy that the world s ten best teams will be competing for.