Bringing Down the House? Katy Perry Dancer Dressed as a Home Falls Off Stage
The singer also took an apparent dig at President Trump and British PM Theresa May.
From the people who brought you "Left Shark" comes... "Falling House."
Katy Perry’s routine at the 2017 Brit Awards came with quite the mishap as one of her backup dancers, who was dressed as a house, wandered to the edge and fell off the stage.
At the time, Perry was performing her new single, "Chained to the Rhythm," at the London’s massive O2 Arena.
Her act also featured two giant dancing skeletons holding hands, a subtle dig at President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May, who held hands during their meeting at the White House last month.
The annual award show celebrates the best of British and international music.
Other performers included Coldplay's Chris Martin, The 1975, Ed Sheeran, and Bruno Mars, among others.
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