Katy Perry accidentally hit a fan in the face with an inflatable eyeball at her recent concert in Salt Lake City.

The 32-year-old pop superstar was performing Roar as part of her Witness tour at the Vivint Smart Home Arena when she threw one of the props into the crowd.
It then smacked the concert-goer right in the middle of her face and knocked her phone out of her hand. The lady added the hashtag Black Eye, which may be referring to the ball, but was likely an update on her bruised face.
Recalling the bizarre incident, the fan said: 'Some people were throwing them around, but one landed right by Katy and she kicked it!
'I didn’t realize that she was kicking it right at my face until it was too late.
The ball hit me right square in the face and knocked my phone out of my hands. I was so shocked and started laughing hysterically.
'Everyone around me asked me if I was okay and I was just laughing uncontrollably.'
It comes after Katy leaped into the arms of fans after becoming stuck on a prop dangling high above the crowd after performing on a floating planet hanging from the roof at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville last month.
She became stranded in mid-air.
And Katy even encouraged her fans to film the incident because she knew it was a 'whole big deal' that would quickly go viral.
Katy told the crowd in a video posted on YouTube: 'I'm literally stuck. This is the first time I've been stuck in space!
'This thing is stuck right now, they're lowering me down - they're talking to me in my ear right now.

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