Well, it seems this big sis wasn't having any of it!
Koko took to Twitter on Monday with a very cryptic message about all the "sh*t", writing:
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We hope everything is OK with Katy Perry!
On Wednesday, the Firework singer took to the popular Chinese website Weibo to announce the cancellation of a concert scheduled for Friday.
The singer was supposed to a headline a celebration hosted by online marketplace Alibaba, which allows millions of shoppers to participate in China's biggest shopping event of the year, Singles Day. Let's just say this homage to consumerism is much bigger and profitable than any of America's Black Friday events.
While Perry failed to go into detail as to why she had to cancel, she cited a "family emergency" as the reason for bailing.
The entertainer's full message read:
Hurting never sounded so good!
But apparently there was a hole in the roof because there was a downpour right in the middle of their performance!
Talk about raining on their parade! LOLz!
Check our their wet performance (above)!
This will be a weekend of stars!
The yearly music fest, which takes place September 23-24 at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena, has no shortage of stars coming even beyond those big three, and the two-day event promises to be an incredibly promising weekend to see some AH-Mazing music!!
In addition to those three big timers listed above, other acts that are going to take part in the first day of the fest include
Monday night's episode of The Voice was a night of debuts!
The song isn't an original as Smith sang One Republic's I Lived, however, the season nine winner did rock the hell out of it!
We guess it really pays to win a singing show on the network that airs the Olympic games! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out Jordan's INCREDIBLE performance of I Lived (below) and let us know what you're looking forward to the most in the games this summer!
It's been a sad couple of weeks.
On Monday, Glenn Frey of The Eagles died at 67, after suffering from intestinal issues for a few months. And we weren't the only ones rocked by his tragic passing.
Fellow artists like Niall Horan and Gene Simmons shared their sadness online over the loss of the late legend, but this grief wasn't only limited to members of the music community.
See how all these stars reacted to the guitarist's death (below):
If we're keeping score on The Score, we'd say they are totally winning the game right now!
The indie pop band stopped by the studio to deliver a clap-tastic performance of their new song Oh My Love!
This upbeat jam is the single from their new EP Where Do You Run, which dropped in September!
If you like One Republic or Andy Grammer, you'll love this band that's just emerging onto the music scene!