Katy Perry plays snog, marry, avoid with Irish sports stars
Katy Perry has revealed which Irish sports stars she would like to snog, marry and avoid.
The Firework singer was a guest on Eoghan McDermott’s 2FM show and he suggested they play a round of the classic teenage game Snog, Marry, Avoid.
In case you don’t know the rules, they are fairly simple, you are given three people to choose from and have to decide which one you would snog, marry and avoid.
Perry was presented with three of Ireland’s most well-known sportsmen; rugby player Rob Kearney, hurling star Joe Canning and Gaelic footballer Bernard Brogan.
She did insist on adjusting the name of the game slightly, as she said she couldn’t commit to marrying someone she had never met. So Snog, Marry, Avoid was binned in favour of Kiss, F***, Trash.
Perry was also keen to point out that judging people on their appearance alone is not the best way to make sound decisions about a person.
However, after a little encouragement from McDermott she placed the sportsmen in order.
Rob Kearney was the one Perry said she would be most likely to have sex with, while Canning was the one she would kiss.
The singer felt guilty about trashing Brogan, until McDermott told her that he is actually recently married and off the market anyway.
Perry then joked that Kearney and Canning are welcome to contact her via Twitter if they wish.
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