Katy Perry Suffers Tragic Wardrobe Malfunction On ‘American Idol’: ‘I Split My Pants’ ‘ Watch

Katy Perry had such a wild night on ‘American Idol’ that she split the crotch of her pants from laughing so much. We’ve got the insane video. What is up with Katy Perry and wardrobe malfunctions during American Idol?

Katy Perry Suffers Tragic Wardrobe Malfunction On ‘American Idol’: ‘I Split My Pants’ ‘ Watch

The “Roar” singer called out for some tape and luckily someone from the costume department was able to come along and lift up the layer of heavy silver fabric to tape down the tear in the white sheath underneath it. Crisis solved! Katy had so much fun with her wardrobe malfunction that she even posted the moment to her Twitter page, writing “I have good news and bad news today. I won’t be able to live stream #AmericanIdol today but : I CAN promise you some pants splitting fun. Tune in at 8/7c for round 2 of All Star duets!” She definitely didn’t undersell the pants comment!

I have good news and bad news today – ‘: I won’t be able to live stream #AmericanIdol today but ‘: I CAN promise you some pants splitting fun’ Tune in at 8/7c for round’ of ‘All Star’ duets! pic.twitter.com/AaqCakSLdT

Katy had yet another wardrobe malfunction earlier in the season when during tryouts a contestant asked the singer to get up and dance with her. She obliged but tripped and fell to the ground, causing her sequined minidress to yank up and exposed her undies. The AI logo came to the rescue to to blur out that little incident as well!

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  • Date: 2018-04-17T04:47:55+00:00
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Reba McEntire Reflects on ‘Strange’ ACM Awards Nomination for Female Vocalist of the Year

The 63-year-old, who quipped at the beginning of the show that “it just takes one woman to do the job of two men,” after Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley hosted the last two years, managed to inject plenty of humor into the three-hour broadcast, while being sensitive to the fact that the Las Vegas ceremony was held in the same city as where the Route 91 Harvest Festival tragedy occurred.

“Everybody said, ‘It’s going to be fun. We’re going to leave politics out. We’ve got a bunch of people here who are hurting, who need our support and our love and our prayers, and one thing that music does, it’s very healing,'” McEntire shared backstage at the ACM Awards.

“And we need to really centralize all of our attention on that instead of making jokes that were to hurt people or to embarrass or anything. We didn’t want any part of that. We wanted to come out and have fun for those people. They’ve had a rough time since October, and we’re here to entertain. That’s our job.”

The 63-year-old was nominated for an ACM Award, for Female Vocalist of the Year, a category she hasn’t won since 1995. Although she’s grateful for the honor, which went to Miranda Lambert, she admitted that the surprise accolade was also a bit confusing for her.

“It was weird, strange,” said McEntire. “I’ve been in the business 42 years, and to be nominated again was very flattering. But it told me, we’ve got to get together, and we’ve got to get our girls going. And tonight was great representation from the females. I am very proud of Lauren Alaina, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris. I think the girls, the ladies, are going to kick some major butt in the future. We’re kicking into high gear.”

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