Katy Perry To Get Massive Payday For American Idol Reboot Deal

05-23-2017
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Katy Perry

(Radio.com) Pop star Katy Perry will allegedly make a huge salary as a judge on the upcoming reboot of American Idol, according to a new report by TMZ.

Sources familiar with the negotiation reportedly revealed to the celebrity gossip website that the "Swish Swish" singer will earn $25 million for her role on the reality singing show.

"Katy had all the leverage. If ABC ended up announcing the show without a judge, they'd be screwed," one source explained. ABC was needing to sign a big name before the Upfronts launched last week, which explains the staggering payout. Read more here.

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