"This is the first time I've been stuck in space", Katy said, referring to the float's depiction of Saturn. Katy then jokingly sang the title of the Ethel Merman song, There's No Business Like Show Business.
In light of the recent concert disgusting attacks, Katy has been super supportive of keeping her fans and other musicians safe and has been an activist for peace. As her crew worked out how to get her down, Perry added: "You'd better put your phones up, it's a YouTube moment!". Despite the mishaps, the 32-year-old seemed to enjoy herself, as after the concert she took to Twitter to write, "SMASHVILLE aka Nashville u were an INCREDIBLE time tonight! She handled it just Luvvly".
She told fans that she could hear her production team in her ear making a "whole big deal" of the technical difficulty and teased the amused fans at Bridgestone Arena.More news: Weinstein fallout: Jennifer Lawrence mocked, Reese Witherspoon abused
At that, Perry leaped into the roaring mosh pit before a minder escorted her safely back to the stage.
Katy Perry might be a superstar, but she wasn't prepared to be left stranded in mid-air during a space-themed performance. "Should I just, like, jump?"
The "Swish Swish" singer found herself floating above her audience during Wednesday night's show in Nashville - but it wasn't on objective. At one moment, the prop got stuck and it wouldn;t bring her down anymore. Perry said. "You know, when you're single, you got a lot of time to yourself and a lot of energy, and I'm just finding a delicate balance".