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Katy Perry showed up an hour late to the Moschino fashion show in London and the spectators and photographers who were waiting for her so the show could start booed her. Not a few smattering of boos but a full on boo fest. Katy, who walked in the show was supposed to arrive at 8pm but didn't show up until about 9pm. Moschino tried to cover for Katy after the show telling everyone that Katy was supposed to be there at 9, but then how come all the press thought she was supposed to be there at 8? Because Moschino told the press earlier that Katy would arrive at 8. The good news is the company fell on a sword for her so she should probably be really loyal to the brand for a long time. I wonder if this represents some anti-Katy sentiment or an anti-celebrity walking on runways thing or just a crowd of press who wanted to make their deadlines and then get some food.
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