Katy Perry: Clone Malfunction? Wonk Eye? Vaxx Injury?

I don’t even know what is going on here…

This is one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen — and that’s a high bar, isn’t it?

We sure have seen some weird stuff in the last two years.

But this goes right to the top of the list.

Good old Katy Perry.

Never mind the outfit and what appear to be crushed Pepsi and Mountain Dew cans on her….cans.


Surprisingly, that’s not the weird part.

Nope, the weird part is when she suddenly froze and then her right eye glitched and then just closed shut.

She tries to tap it open and it opens for a second (almost as if she pushed the “open button” on the side) but then it closes again.

Super creepy!

Watch for yourself — this guy calls it a “Clone Malfunction” and I can’t say he’s wrong:

We would never make light of someone being sick, but when it’s a self-induced jab that you tried to force on millions of people with threat of losing their jobs?

Well, then that’s an exception and this is a hilarious post:

Even funnier was this reply:

Perry herself has called this her “wonk eye” as early as 2021.

Read this from Newsweek:

Katy Perry comforted a crying American Idol contestant on Sunday by discussing what she calls her “wonk eye.”

While fans of the “Teenage Dream” singer may be familiar with the phrase, some American Idol viewers were left scratching their heads after the revelation.

It began when 16-year-old contestant Caleb Kennedy from South Carolina told his mentor Bobby Bones that he wore large hats to distract from his lazy eye, which he has had since birth.

Perry, 36, went to acknowledge some of her own insecurities to comfort the young contestant, who impressed with his rendition of Willie Nelson’s “On The Road Again.”

“I have a wonk eye as well, and I used to be worried about it,” she shared. “Then a bunch of my fans created a fandom over my wonk-eye. I even have a fandom that calls itself, ‘Katy’s wonk-eye.’”

She added: “It’s my right eye. So just celebrate all that stuff. Don’t worry about it.”

Others are saying it’s Bells Palsy:


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