Katy Perry found herself in a bit of trouble Wednesday evening when she got stuck suspended in the air above a concert crowd in Nashville. But at Perry's Nashville show this week, there was a slight hiccup when Saturn suddenly stopped its rotation, stranding the 32-year-old singer above the audience.
In light of the recent concert awful attacks, Katy has been super supportive of keeping her fans and other musicians safe and has been an activist for peace.
At that, she jumped from Saturn onto a few adoring fans, where she crowd surfed for a moment before being guided back to stage by a member of her security team.
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"This is the first time I've been stuck in space", she said in fan-shot videos of the awkward experience. "I know I'm kind of a space cadet but actually, this thing is stuck". "They're talking to me in my ear, it's a whole big deal". "You'd better pick your phone up because this is a Youtube-able moment!"
"I guess I'm just going to have to get down and walk amongst my people", the "Chained to the Rhythm" singer quipped before taking the leap. "This is what you get for trying to bring out all of space to Nashville!" Katy then jokingly sang the title of the Ethel Merman song, There's No Business Like Show Business. "I'm going to be stuck here forever", she said.
The star can be seen in the video below addressing her crowd from her seat atop a planet that was, presumably, supposed to lower her onto the stage for her next song. Upon realizing that her platform could not land on the ground without crushing her audience, Perry got creative.