Katy Perry is set to make an animated appearance in a "Peppa Pig Wedding Party Special.

The special will air next spring, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the British preschool cartoon

In the show, Katy Perry will voice the character Ms. Leopard, a dressmaker helping with wedding preparations

Meanwhile, in real life, Katy Perry is embroiled in a real estate dispute with 84-year-old Carl Westcott

Westcott, the founder of 1-800-Flowers, alleges that Perry and Orlando Bloom acquired his $15 million mansion in 2020 under questionable circumstances

Westcott claims he was on painkillers and recovering from back surgery at the time, leading to a change of heart

This disagreement has resulted in a lawsuit, with a non-jury trial scheduled to start in late August

The trial takes place at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles

Kameron Westcott, Carl Westcott's daughter-in-law and a "Real Housewives of Dallas" star, is in LA for the trial

She argued that Carl Westcott had Huntington's disease and dementia, which can lead to impulsive behaviors

Perry and Bloom are not named as parties in the lawsuit, but their business manager, Bernie Gudvi, is the primary defendant

The case revolves around the sale of Westcott's home and the circumstances surrounding it