Everyone knows Katy Perry, since she is one of the most important and influential artists in the world. That’s why American Idol offered her a huge salary to sign her as a judge. Now she can leave because of problems with the management.
Katy Perry wants to leave American Idol after six years for fear that producers will “throw her under the bus” over and over again, as she believes they are leaving her as the classic and necessary “bad judge.”
The 38-year-old pop star has faced a series of controversies and scandals this season, and according to experts has grown tired of dealing with viewer backlash, reaching the point of no return when she was booed for criticizing the contestants.
Although Katy has faced criticism in the past, her entourage claims that this season has been particularly difficult for her.
Foul play by American Idol against Katy Perry
Katy feels that the producers threw her to the wolves many times during the season, leaving comments that could have easily been edited out of the show.
Katy noticed the harsh criticism. The heckling really bothered her. She was trying to stay in her lane, do her job and go home.
He went into this thinking he was going to promote young talent. She didn’t want her good intentions to be misconstrued. Katy has accomplished so much in her career and now she is seen as a nasty reality show judge.
Katy has wanted to leave for a long time, but this 21st season has been too much for her after two major crises, that of mother Sara Beth Liebe; and that of friends Carina DeAngelo and Nutsa Buzaladze. All of them received harsh criticism from the Californian singer.
His farewell will cost him $25 million per season.
Now, according to a DailyMail source, she has decided enough is enough and is willing to call it quits, forgoing her $25 million per season salary.
However, the source insisted that the money doesn’t matter to the singer and that no paycheck will be worth the damage she believes the show is doing to her “legacy.” Besides, Katy Perry is already a millionaire, so she doesn’t need this job to make ends meet.
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