Man oh man, are we just roasting Katy Perry
this month? Let's get the record straight now: I like Katy. I like her a lot! I became a Katy Kat ever since she came out with "I Kissed A Girl" in 2008 and I've been loyally supporting ever since - even during all of her low points like "This Is How We Do" and really all of Prism
- but her latest track "Chained To The Rhythm" has got me feeling a whole new way.
Her first live performance of the song was at The Grammys and it was a bit of a mess
, featuring a gigantic white fence and indeed, rose-colored glasses. Yesterday at The BRIT Awards, she brought a different set of visuals to the song: dancing houses. Oh yeah. Little houses danced around the singer along with two huge skeletons dressed as Donald Trump and Theresa May, resembling the meeting the two had in Washington last month.
Katy's outfit was on point and her voice seemed to slightly improve since The Grammys, but the real star of the show was this little guy:
Yep, one of the houses fell off stage and it's so sad but so, so hilarious.
Not so chained to the rhythm after all.
We found the new Left Shark.
Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore.
The first performance included a large fence, second had dancing houses... What's next - toilets doing jazz hands?
OK, I'M DONE (for now).