Katy Perry's Nunfight Goes All the Way Up to the Vatican

Katy Perry in concert Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, in Washington. Image via the AP.
Katy Perry in concert Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, in Washington. Image via the AP.

Demon Hellspawn Katy Perry won the war over the convent of Los Feliz, which is to be hers, all hers, for $14.5 million. Her dispute of two years (not that long, compared with eternity) waged with the former occupants the Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary (not Katy Perry fans) who did not want to sell her the property. To review, here’s what Sister Rita Callanan told the Los Angeles Times in 2015:

When Sister Rita learned that Perry would be performing during the Super Bowl halftime, she tuned in. Perry sang “Teenage Dream,” (Let you put your hands on me. In my skin-tight jeans.) which was not a good choice, given Sister Rita’s careful monitoring of the show. Sister Rita then watched as Perry was lifted off the ground and flew around the stadium as if riding a shooting star.

“I thought, is that a way to make money?” said Sister Rita. “Maybe I could fly around. I could be the flying nun.”


Too bad because last year, a judge awarded the archdiocese the right to sell the property, and Archbishop Jose H Gomez approved Perry. So Perry may have defeated Sister Rita in round one, but now the archdiocese tells the Hollywood Reporter that they must await Vatican approval for the sale, plus the archdiocese must find a suitable replacement for the property’s House of Prayer. The timeline is indefinite.

God damn it, literally.

Will the Vatican approve of her lifestyle choices of gay flamingos and whatever psychedelically colorful activities are going on here?

We shall see. In the meantime, Katy Perry is selling one of her two Hollywood lairs for $9.45 million, according to the Los Angeles Times, with a swimming pool, a two-story guest house, and lord knows what other evil things within.

Staff reporter, Gizmodo. wkimball @ gizmodo


Cherith Cutestory

Historically, the Vatican will always choose to screw over nuns.

The Archdiosce wants the sale so the Vatican will side with them.