Katy Perry: The singer takes and rejects the character of Dr. Simi. Fans complained about the fact (video)
Katy Perry appeared in Las Vegas and received a very strange gift from her fans
In recent years, it has become fashionable to throw Dr. Simi dolls on stage. Through TikTok, Katy Perry’s reaction has gone viral When a fan gave him his personal stuffed animal.
Although it is a practice celebrated by many, since Dr. Symi is one of the most popular entities in Mexico, it has also been the subject of criticism, Well, there are some who would argue that it can be dangerous for singers.
Rubén Albaran and Dua Lipa caused controversy with their rejection of the stuffed animal which their fans threw out. The Café Tacvba singer chose to break the doll, while the interpreter of “One Kiss” released it onto the stage. Now, his reaction has been added to that of Katy Perry.
Katy Perry performed in Las Vegas, Nevada. While he was singing “Never Really Over,” one of his musical hits, a fan in front of the stage handed him a Dr. Simi stuffed.
The doll was dressed in a colorful outfit, like the one the “Hot n Cold” author wears at her various performances and parties. However, upon receiving the gift, Katy Perry showed it to the audience and seconds later gave it back to the fan.
The singer is originally from California, USA. To the dismay of his Mexican fans. In the video, they wrote: “Why would I bring it back?”
Although some TikTok users defended the celebrity’s reaction. “I’d better give it back to him than the staff throw it away. At least you already have a doll that I caught.”One user pointed out.
Later, another fan climbed onto the stage next to the singer and once again handed her the Dr. Simi stuffed animal. On this occasion, Katy Perry took the doll and held it like a baby in her arms.
Then, one of her dancers helped her hold the doll so she could continue dancing the show’s choreography.
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