Unexpected Twist: Katy Perry Experiences Mid-Air Mishap on Saturn Platform During Nashville Performance

During Katy Perry’s concert in Nashville, her love for extravagant stage props caused a mishap when she became stuck on a Saturn-shaped platform suspended by wires. The pop star, who will soon be turning 33, had just finished performing “Thinking of You” with an acoustic guitar while wearing a crystal-encrusted gown and wig. In fan-shot videos, Perry awkwardly joked that it was the first time she had been stuck in space.

Stranded! Katy Perry's love of outlandish, elaborate stage props backfired Wednesday at her Nashville concert when she got stuck mid-air on a Saturn-shaped platform on wires (pictured October 2)

During Katy Perry’s Nashville concert, her love for extravagant stage props resulted in a mishap when she got stuck on a Saturn-shaped platform mid-air on wires. The singer, known for her peculiar stage presence, joked about the situation, “I know I’m kind of a space cadet, but actually, this thing is stuck. What should I do? Should I tell some jokes, should I tell some stories, should I just sing another song? You’d better put your phones up, it’s a YouTube moment!” Katy, who had an in-ear monitor, candidly shared how her team was making a fuss about the technical difficulty. Despite the unexpected turn of events, Katy kept her cool and humor intact as she engaged with the audience, “This is not how the show is [supposed to be] going, and you love it.” Finally, when the planet rig started descending, Katy realized that she had to stage dive to avoid crushing the Tennessee crowd.

Celestial: The pop diva - turning 33 next Wednesday - had just finished singing Thinking of You with an acoustic guitar while clad in a crystal-covered gown and wig

Celestial, the popular singer who will soon turn 33 years old, had just completed a performance of her song “Thinking of You.” She wore a stunning gown adorned with crystals and also donned a wig for the occasion. She accompanied herself on an acoustic guitar during the performance.

In fan-shot videos, the 13-time Grammy nominee awkwardly joked: 'This is the first time I've been stuck in space. I know I'm kind of a space cadet, but actually, this thing is stuck'

Videos captured by fans show the 13-time Grammy nominee making a humorous remark about being stuck in space. The artist quips that it is their first time being stuck in space, adding that they are known to be a bit of a “space cadet,” but the reality is that the equipment they were using was not functioning properly.

She asked: 'What should I do? Should I tell some jokes, should I tell some stories, should I just sing another song? You'd better put your phones up, it's a YouTube moment!'

She inquired, “Any suggestions on what I should do next? Maybe crack some jokes, share some anecdotes, or perform another song? Let’s make this a memorable moment and keep our phones out of sight!”

'Wait, God's talking to me': Perry (born Katheryn Hudson) - who had in-ear monitor - candidly revealed how her team were making a 'whole big deal' of the technical difficulty

Hold on, it seems like I’m hearing God’s voice: Perry (birth name Katheryn Hudson) confessed that her team was making a fuss over a technical issue with her in-ear monitor while she candidly shared the experience.

Katy told the amused audience in the Bridgestone Arena: 'This is not how the show is [supposed to be] going, and you love it'

During her performance at the Bridgestone Arena, Katy entertained the crowd by admitting that things weren’t going according to plan and jokingly stated that the audience loved it. She then sighed and mentioned that she would have to walk among her fans because of the disruption in her planned show. Perry added that this was the result of trying to bring a space-themed show to Nashville. Without hesitation, she jumped into the lively mosh pit before being escorted back to the stage by her minder. Later on, the CoverGirl ambassador expressed her gratitude towards the Nashville audience through a tweet, thanking them for their support and teaching her how to write a real song.

Abandon ship! When the planet rig eventually began it's slow descent, the Roulette singer realized she'd have to stagedive to get off of it otherwise it would crush the Tennessee crowd

Abandon ship! When the planet rig eventually began it's slow descent, the Roulette singer realized she'd have to stagedive to get off of it otherwise it would crush the Tennessee crowd

Oh no, time to jump ship! As the planet rig started its gradual downfall, the vocalist from Roulette quickly realized she had to leap into the crowd of Tennessee concertgoers if she wanted to avoid being crushed.

The CoverGirl brand ambassador sighed: 'I guess I'm just going to have to get down and walk amongst my people. This is what you get for trying to bring out all of space to Nashville!'

The ambassador for the CoverGirl brand let out a sigh of disappointment as she said, “It looks like I’ll have to join the crowd and walk amongst everyone. I should have known better than to bring outer space to Nashville.”

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