Katy Perry was involved in an awkward encounter with a fan who she invited onto the stage during her performance at Rock In Rio festival in Brazil on Sunday (September 27).
Perry invited the fan, thought to be called Rayane, onto the stage before things took a turn for the unexpected.
The fan, who appeared inebriated (or “rolling”, as Perry put it), proceeded to kiss the singer’s neck, force a selfie upon the star and generally act a little overly-familiar.
Watch the awkward encounter below.
Katy Perry, meanwhile, is taking legal action against a rival buyer who is stopping her in her bid to buy a former convent in Los Angeles, which she hopes to turn into a family home.
A complicated dispute has arisen over the ownership of the eight-acre property. Perry thought that she would be able to buy the former convent from the archdiocese of Los Angeles, run by Archbishop Jose Gomez, for $14.5 million (£9.3 million). But the five nuns who live in the property say that Perry would be an unsuitable owner and want to sell it to businesswoman Dana Hollister instead.
Now, Perry has accused Hollister of taking “advantage of vulnerable, elderly nuns, who she malevolently convinced to oppose the Roman Catholic Church”. The lawsuit names both the archdiocese and the nuns as defendants, describing them as “victims” of Hollister’s. However, no direct complaint from the nuns has been filed.
Approached by The New York Times, representatives of Hollister declined to comment.