Watch Katy Perry's CGI-filled 'Chained To The Rhythm' video

The performer, who was nicknamed "Left Shark", can now breathe a sigh of relief as another one of Perry's performers has had a very public blunder.

Fast forward to Katy Perry's recent appearance on BBC Radio 1's "Breakfast Show", where she spoke with Nick Grimshaw (Grimmy) about her "Chained to the Rhythm" track and Wednesday night's 2017 Brit Awards.

The four-minute Matthew Cullen-directed video was filmed in January at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California over a three-day span.

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Her politically-charged performance, alongside Bob Marley's grandson Skip, included lyrics which could be seen as a reference to President Trump's controversial plans for building a wall along the Mexican border. We love to see her strolling through various extraordinary attractions of Oblivia until she makes the most requested of the park that gives her a burst of consciousness: a big wheel.

Eagle eyed viewers at home plus those in the live crowd at the O2 Arena saw the poor performer drop off the edge of the stage as they danced dressed as a house.

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That is when the innocent park goer wakes up and realizes that they're all on a treadmill going nowhere.

Many people on Twitter were quick to notice the resemblance to the two world leaders.

Of course, there will also be some must-see performances at the 2017 BRIT Awards.

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Earlier this month, Katy performed the song for the first time at the Grammys. Expect more of the same from her fourth album, due later in the year.

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