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‘American Idol’ judge is Katy Perry breaks down during the audition due to a gas leak.
After the apparent collapse is due to a gas leak at the auditions of “American Idol” judge, Katy Perry, took to social media to announce that she is fine and thanks to all the emergency services.
On Sunday’s episode of the singing competition saw the auditions in Sunriver, Ore., stop with the organisers and workers were evacuated from the building. Once outside in the parking lot, my fellow-judges with Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie have been complaining about the lack of headache is short for Experience, seemingly collapsed on the ground.
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Fortunately, Perry was back on her feet soon after being treated by firefighters at the scene. She took to Instagram to show photos and a short video of the professionals are monitoring her, she placed it on the sidewalk.
She is also on Twitter and would like to thank the first responders and share a short clip of that in Sunday’s episode, in which a handful of the firefighters, members of the judiciary and the singing of Richie’s classic hit, “All Night Long.”
Big shout out to all our first responders around the country – thank you very much for risking your lives each and every day…and ? all night long ? #AmericanIdol ??,” Perry wrote.
The situation began when the judges are noted to the producers off-camera that she smelled gas.
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“Propane,” Bryan replied.
“It’s pretty heavy,” “Dark Horse,” the singer says in the clip, so He, 43, informed the producers of the ‘heavy-duty propane” and they had to smell it.
Richie’s, 70’s, guess it was a “light leak” at the complex in front of the Perry admitted she was developing a headache from the smell.
“Oh, it’s bad. It’s really easy to find.” Perry, 35, said as she gets up to leave, the court, in the table below.
A few seconds later, chaos ensued when the room is full of anxious performers waiting to audition were forced to evacuate.
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“I need everyone to stand up and follow me as quickly as possible,” a member of the crew, and says the sirens are going off in the background.