One of MTV series Catfish 's most alarming cases presented itself last week when an episode focused on a man who believed he had been in a six-year relationship with US singer Katy Perry. Spencer Morrill described to presenters Nev Schulman and Max Joseph how he was under the impression he'd been exchanging emails and texts with her Perry over half a decade going so far as to make an engagement ring for the "Roar" singer which cost him "25 percent of his savings. I felt bad for him, and so I didn't really like to indulge in that. Someone sent me a link [to the story] and I didn't actually read through it because I just think it's really unfortunate and very sad. A bewildered Schulman and Joseph went on to discover that the woman Morrill thought was Perry was actually a woman named Harriet who lives in Gloucester.
Katy Perry on 'Catfish' Victim Who Thought They Were Dating: 'My Heart Goes Out to Him'
Katy Perry Responds To Catfish Victim Who Thought He Was Dating Her For 6 Years | HuffPost
MTV's Catfish has seen some of the most unbelievable cases of people being tricked into falling in love with someone online who doesn't actually exist. While it might seem like you're talking to the gal or guy of your dreams, it's actually a complete stranger hiding behind a computer screen. Throwback to this guy on Catfish , Spencer Morrill, who believed that he had been dating none other than Katy Perry, after stumbling upon the pop star online. Spencer and who he thought was Katy had an 'instant connection' and they began a six-year romance or so he thought.
Katy Perry Responds To Catfish Victim Who Thought He Was Dating Her For 6 Years
In one of the most bizarre episodes of Catfish ever, one man truly believes he's in an online relationship with Katy Perry. A million 'I love yous' back and forth. Katy's funnier than I am, she's smarter than I am. I don't know how many people give her credit for that, but she's very intelligent. Katy's full of life, huge heart.
No amount of evidence can deter those involved, so heavily tinted are their rose-colored glasses. But then: "I've been talking to a pop star goddess for six years. Spencer fails to see the irony in any of this.