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Katy kicks ball at fan's face

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Saturday, December 02, 2017

Los Angeles - Singer Katy Perry accidentally kicked an inflatable eyeball prop at a fan's face when she performed Roar at a gig in Utah. The singer was performing at the Salt Lake City show last week, reports aceshowbiz.com.

The fan managed to capture the whole moment and posted it on her Twitter account. She didn't seem to be annoyed by it as she called it the best moment of her life.

"That time Katy Perry wrecked my face in SLC. The single best moment of my life," the fan wrote.

Recalling the incident, the fan, whose name is Jordan Hanks, said that she didn't realise Perry was kicking the ball right at her face. "Some people were throwing them around, but one landed right by Katy and she kicked it. I didn't realize that she was kicking it right at my face until it was too late," she wrote.








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