How Much Will Katy Perry Cough Up For A Stagehand’s Lost Toe?

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Well, we’re pretty sure Katy Perry won’t be opening up her designer wallet anytime soon, but I’m sure an insurance company or two will take the hit to cover the legal damages of a stagehand who claims an accident at a Raleigh, North Carolina concert as part of Katy Perry’s lucrative Prismatic World Tour led to the amputation of her right big toe. For those of you looking for a photo of the toe-less foot, head over to TMZ (definitely not for everyone).

For the record, the tour grossed more than $200 million in sales from a total of 149 shows, so let’s hope they can flick at least a few million to cover expenses related to former stagehand Christina Fish’s lost big toe. So, how much is a big toe worth anyway? It’s definitely less than a thumb, but the fact that Christina can no longer wear flip flops and similar shoes is a major lifestyle cost. Let’s say if a thumb is worth around $5-8 million, a big toe must be worth at least around $3-5 million, right? I just hope Christina’s legal team won’t eat up all the winnings from the battle!

And, in other Katy Perry news, it appears the singer took another shot at Taylor Swift over the weekend at the VMAs when she was seen getting frisky with Taylor’s ex boyfriend Calvin Harris. Judging by how Calvin works his mojo with the ladies and Katy likes to give it up easily behind closed doors, I think it’s safe to say that Calvin got a piece.

  • Brandon Hanks

    Now this is the Katy Perry we all know and love

  • Lenilovesfeet

    I’m not bothered by injured toe, I’m bothered by the nasty hair growing on her toes.
    Explain this to me, why would you bother to wear a fucking ankle bracelet and not remove hair from your feet? Eww.

    • Spanglylovesheels

      Yes I noticed that too. I hate hairy feet. I guess it is natural to have hair on your feet but I am not a fan of it. That is why I am not a fan of men in flip flops generally. But for a woman to let the hair grown on her toes is too much… I agree. Eww!

      • Lenilovesfeet

        It’s natural to have hair growing on legs, arms, armpits, and most women removes it, why neglecting toes? That just tells me such woman is a slob.

  • IamLegend

    How much does a roll of scotch tape go for today?