Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Katy Perry's Dancing Shark Stolen from Taylor Swift

One of the dancing sharks from Katy Perry's Super Bowl halftime show is at the heart of Katy's infamous feud with Taylor Swift.

Katy Perry's dancing sharks definitely stole the show last night during her Super Bowl halftime performance, cracking everyone up with their hilariously awkward dance moves--especially the poor guy on the left, who didn't seem to get as much practice as the others .
The shark on the right, however, was spot on with his moves... And it just so happens we've discovered his identity: Scott Myrick.
Who is Scott Myrick, you may ask? Well, other than having an extremely hotbody with chiseled abs, he's one of Perry's BFFs and also happens to be a big instigator in the feud between her and Taylor Swift.
In 2011 Myrick performed with Perry's California Dreams World Tour, and after it wrapped, secured a gig with Swift's Red Tour. However, according to anExaminer interview, Perry's camp reached back out to Myrick in middle of his tour with Swift, asking if he'd leave to perform with Perry for her Prismatic World Tour.
Myrick and two others ended up leaving, causing some "Bad Blood" between Swift and Perry--a feud the country-turned-pop crooner has alluded to before.
Taylor told Rolling Stone, "She basically tried to sabotage an entire arena tour. She tried to hire a bunch of people out from under me. And I'm surprisingly non-confrontational – you would not believe how much I hate conflict. So now I have to avoid her. It's awkward, and I don't like it."
Yikes! But in Myrick's case, when one door closes, another opens... And now he's one of the most famous sharks in the world!
What side of the Taylor Swift / Katy Perry feud are you on? Sound off in the comments below.
Jacked from Celebuzz  

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm not on either side. They're both untalented bimbos who can't sing or perform - hence all of the fancy stage tricks and gimmicks to keep people interested. They're allowed to exist because of their huge PR machines and the fact that the music industry is in shambles, and their audience is a bunch of brain-dead stans who think having #1 singles and a brilliant marketing team equals talent.

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