Katy Perry is opening up about her inauguration concert performance, saying she's hoping her politically fractured family and others like it can come together in the next four years.

The "Daisies" singer appeared as part of the finale for President BidenJoe BidenFederal Reserve chair: Economy would have been 'so much worse' without COVID-19 relief bills Biden to meet Monday with bipartisan lawmakers about infrastructure Jill Biden gives shout out to Champ, Major on National Pet Day MORE's inaugural prime-time TV special last month, belting out her 2010 hit "Firework" as a dazzling light show lit up Washington behind her.

Asked during a Monday appearance on ABC's "Jimmy KimmelJames (Jimmy) Christian KimmelMichelle Obama tries — and fails — to get Jimmy Kimmel's daughter to eat vegetables The Hill's 12:30 Report — Presented by Facebook — Dems face headaches in passing Biden agenda Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah mock Ted Cruz's Cancun trip MORE Live!" whether the massive fireworks display was "unnerving," Perry hinted at similar stress during former President TrumpDonald TrumpGaetz was denied meeting with Trump: CNN Federal Reserve chair: Economy would have been 'so much worse' without COVID-19 relief bills Police in California city declare unlawful assembly amid 'white lives matter' protest MORE's time in office.


"I mean, it was pretty intense. But haven't the last four years been?" she said with a laugh.

"I think that it was important to go, and to stand there, and sing there," said the "American Idol" judge, a prominent Democratic supporter.

"My family, there are both Republicans and Democrats, and so we've been in that kind of, can we all sit down at the table and talk? And we agree to disagree sometimes, and then sometimes we can't talk," the 36-year-old performer continued.

"And there are times when we're like this," Perry explained, moving her hands far apart from one another. "It goes back and forth."

"I told them I was going [to Washington] and they were praying for me," Perry told Kimmel. "And I was just singing because I was hopeful that maybe there will be some more unity in the next four years, and families can like come together again, because it's very sad."