Katy Perry dramatically fell to the ground on American Idol after a suspected ‘gas leak’ suspended auditions.
In a clip exclusively shared with People from Sunday night’s episode, guest judge Katy is interrupted during auditions after sniffing out the worrying scent of gas.
Asking her fellow judges, music legend Lionel Richie and country star Luke Bryan, if they could ‘smell gas’ (which as we all know is never a good start to a sentence), things quickly escalated on set.
‘It’s pretty intense,’ she continued, with Luke agreeing: ‘We’re getting heavy propane.’
‘I have a slight headache from it, oh it’s bad, it’s really bad,’ Katy said, standing up from the desk while the auditionees waiting outside were quickly evacuated from the building as the fire service was called.
‘You can smell it, right,’ Hello singer Lionel asked the firefighter, adding: ‘Holy crap.’
Things then take a turn for the worse outside, with 35-year-old Katy saying: ‘I’m not feeling good’ before dramatically falling to the floor. Yikes!
It’s not the first time the Roar singer has hit the ground on American Idol, last season collapsing to the floor during a performance from wedding singer Uché Ndubizu.
Then again, when has KP ever been subtle?
Last week Katy appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live with her fellow American Idol panelists, with all attention turning to the pop star and her upcoming nuptials to Orlando Bloom.
Asked whether she would be inviting Lionel and Luke to her wedding, Katy gasped: ‘I can’t afford them! It’s gonna be a small wedding! Let’s just say they’re on the B-list!’
‘But you know what, it’s so funny, I’m actually like a, not a Bridezilla, I call myself a Bridechilla. I’m like, I’m kinda chill but I am one of those girls where I got engaged February 14th and then I booked the place February 19th. I took it very seriously!’
American Idol is available to stream on Netflix.
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