Katy Perry gets stuck suspended above her crowd during a concert

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Katy Perry was stuck hanging over the crowd when her stage malfunctioned in Nashville.

Katy Perry found herself in a bit of trouble Wednesday evening when she got stuck suspended in the air above a concert crowd in Nashville.

In light of the recent concert terrible attacks, Katy has been super supportive of keeping her fans and other musicians safe and has been an activist for peace.

"This is the first time I've been stuck in space", Katy said, referring to the float's depiction of Saturn.

The irony of her love for the extraterrestrial was not lost on Perry as she told fans, "I know I'm kind of a space cadet, but actually, this thing is stuck".

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As stage hands tried to figure out how to get her down, Katy told the audience to take out their phones to capture this "YouTube moment".

"I guess I " m just going to have to get down and walk amongst my people.

Perry's fans didn't seem to mind the diversion, applauding as she told them, "This is not how the show is [supposed to be] going, and you love it".

Eventually, the star received word through an earpiece that the crew would be lowering her straight down.

While performing "Swish Swish" at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, the singer was left perched at the end of the song on the prop basketball hoop. "Should I just sing another song?" Once it had gotten as close to the crowd as it could without bumping into audience members, Perry dove off the planet and crowd-surfed to safety.

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