Katy Perry won’t cry about it later.
The 38-year-old singer went viral on social media earlier this month when she struggled to secure her seat at King Charles III’s coronation. to find before her performance at the festival concert – but that doesn’t bother her.
“Well, I just want everyone to know. Thank you for your concern,” Perry said dryly in an interview with entertainment tonight. “I have found my place.”
The American Idol judge – who drew you in Lavender Vivienne Westwood suit set wearing a matching large hat at the May 6 event – came to the coronation ceremony and strolled through the pews of Westminster Abbey to find her seat.
At one point she even seemed to ask someone for help.
A video of the moment went viral on Twitteramusing fans.
“That’s a new reaction video if I’ve ever seen one,” one person wrote.
“Even Katy Perry gets lost sometimes, but she always finds her way to the top.” another remarked.
Perry himself even joined in the joke tweet, “Don’t worry guys, I’ve found my place.”
Even now, the “Hot N Cold” singer looks back on the moment with a laugh.
“You know, the memes make memes and I love it,” Perry told ET on Sunday. “If you look in one direction for fifteen seconds, the internet suddenly takes over.”
Perry doesn’t seem to mind being the butt of the joke — in fact, she was expecting to be turned into a meme when the internet caught sight of her Disney week outfit on Sunday’s American Idol.
She did her best for the themed set, dressing up as Elastigirl or Mrs. Incredible from The Incredibles – a costume she chose as a tribute to Mother’s Day.
“I found out that Mother’s Day and Disney night were the same night. I had a very different costume — maybe we’ll never see it, maybe next time we’ll see it — but I said, “No, we have to be the most iconic Disney mom,” and that’s Elastigirl,” Perry called it.
She claims she prepared for the role of Elastigirl by watching the film with her two-year-old daughter, Daisy, alongside Orlando Bloom.
“We watched the movie a couple of times last week so I could really get into the mode and start like speaking through the side of my mouth, which I still can’t do, but it was awesome,” Perry said. “She loved it.”
“We had a wonderful Mother’s Day this morning and then I turned into Elastigirl,” she shared on Sunday. “That’s what mothers do! They just know how to juggle so hard. For example, have a little brunch and then slip into a full latex costume.”
The “Fireworks” singer faced a spate of backlash during her time as a judge on “Idol,” with viewers calling her “rude” for “mama-shaming” a competitor booed for criticizing someone else outfit.
But once again she doesn’t seem to care.
“Katy hasn’t been put off by the backlash,” said an inside source exclusively tells Page Six. “It’s been a rollercoaster season with a lot of great talent, so she’s just doing her job.”
Fans even took to social media to campaign for Perry to be permanently removed as a judge and replaced with Alanis Morissette, 48, who represented her while she and co-judge Lionel Richie, 73 – who was replaced by Ed Sheeran – performed at the coronation concert.
The finale of “American Idol” airs next Sunday, May 21 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.