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Katy Perry speaks out after her eye suffered bizarre glitch on stage

Katy Perry speaks out after her eye suffered bizarre glitch on stage

People started sharing conspiracy theories about why the singer's eye weirdly 'malfunctioned'.

Katy Perry has finally broken her silence after her eye appeared to be paralysed on stage.

The 'Roar' singer was in the middle of a performance when it looked like her eyes had started malfunctioning.

One was shut while the other was open and people started sharing conspiracy theories and concerns about her health.

She's taken a jab at those who called her out in an Instagram post addressing the bizarre moment.

"Welcoming all my #flatearthers #spaceisfakers #birdsarentrealers #skyisntbluers to come see my broken doll eye party trick IRL in Vegas next year!" she said.

"The show’s set list is a fun [ride] through memory lane going all the way back to 2008, a time when we weren’t all frozen by the paranoia of our own echo chambers!

"This show is a nonstop party about finding unconditional love and strangely (for me) not political at all, heck I pour beer out of my t*ts (that’s a party trick too… I don’t actually lactate hops silly goose!).

"Hope to sing along with you in 2023! And we’ll drink, this one’s on me, cause we’re all."

People really got inventive when they were sharing their conspiracy theories about what was to blame for the eye issue.

However, clearly it's not an 'issue' at all and Perry appears to be able to do this at her whim.

Some of her fans thought it was the result of getting the Covid-19 vaccine, while others thought it was her makeup.

On Twitter, one person said: "She got that Pfizer eye."

Another wrote: "Isn’t Katy Perry the one who sings that new hot song called 'Eye of the Pfizer'?"

As you might expect, there's no evidence to suggest the Covid vaccine causes any eye issues.

Common side effects of the jab include a sore arm, headache and tiredness, meanwhile studies have shown that side effects relating to the eyes were rare.

A different social media user said: "While a third, who said she'd spoken to a friend who was a professional make-up artist, said: "Katy has false lashes on in this. It's likely there's something in her eye, or bothering her eye, but she can't rub them because it will ruin her make up."

Perry has previously spoken out about having a 'wonk eye'.

During last year's American Idol, Perry reassured 16-year-old Caleb Kennedy after he said he was self-conscious about his lazy eye.

“I have a wonk eye as well, and I used to be worried about it,” she said.

“Then a bunch of my fans created a fandom over my wonk-eye. I even have a fandom that calls itself, ‘Katy’s wonk-eye.’

"It's my right eye. So just celebrate all that stuff. Don't worry about it."

Speaking in 2011, Perry explained: "I got a prescription for my wonk eye to make [it] go bigger whenever I take pictures because I have a slight wonk."

Featured Image Credit: Katy Perry/Instagram. TikTok/@katyperrytv

Topics: Katy Perry, Celebrity