May 20, 2011 16:40

Katy Perry bans chauffeurs from talking to her

Singer also demands 'cream coloured egg chairs' on her rider

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Katy Perry's on tour demands have been revealed to include her chauffeurs being banned from talking to or staring at her. obtained a list of her dressing room demands whilst she is on the US leg of her California Dreams tour. Drivers taking Perry to her gigs are not allowed to "start a conversation with the client," her guests or her fans. They are also told not to "stare at the back seat through the rear view mirror."

As part of the 23-point "principle driver policy" it is stated: "Do not ask for autographs or pictures, and especially not while driving!"

The rider also reveals that Perry demands two cream coloured "egg chairs", that her backstage area must be "draped in cream or soft pink" and that carnation flowers are strictly banned in favour of white and purple hydrangeas as well as pink and white roses and peonies.

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