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Katy Perry Breakdown #1: Shoves Chicken Nuggets In Her Mouth On Japanese Game Show

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Sam Robeson - April 2, 2018

 

Maybe it was spending years married to the male equivalent of Amy Winehouse, Russell Brand, or maybe it's an inability to successfully evolve her image past that of a tit Reddi Wip dispenser, or maybe it's drugs, but whatever the case, Katy Perry is just a couple stages away from shaving her head and running over paparazzi with cars. While visiting a random Japanese game show like all A-listers with sound minds and successful careers do, Katy Perry was tasked with fitting as many chicken nuggets in her mouth as possible. It's like Japan is just people putting tons of food in their mouths on game shows. Is... Chrissy Metz Japanese?

The video of Perry looking like a collected poised star with a bright future is going viral, especially since, after fitting seven nuggets in her mouth, she unceremoniously, and according to People Magazine, "sheepishly," spits out the nuggets into a container as one of the hosts shields the NSFEyeballs moment from viewers. It's not unlike when dogs suddenly turn vulnerable when they shit on the sidewalk. Katy Perry is a dog shitting out of her mouth on a Japanese game show. She's currently on the Japanese leg of her lip syncing tour, and surely this game show appearance will convince people to buy tickets. Anyone hoping to film the exact moment Perry has a psychotic break will be in attendance. The moment is near.

Photo Credit: People Magazine

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