Katy Perry has become one of the biggest pop stars on the planet since she first kissed a girl (and liked it). Perry has sold millions of records, performed at the Super Bowl, and gone on worldwide tours, garnering a massive fan base. But there's a group of Catholics in Los Angeles who feel less than thrilled about the singer - all because Katy Perry is feuding with some nuns.
The argument is over an old building that acted as the home for the Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This Katy Perry convent drama began in 2014 when the pop star attempted to buy the property. The nuns launched a legal bid to stop the sale of the building, as they didn't feel it would be appropriate for Perry to own it.
Out of all the bizarre facts about the superstar, the question of precisely what is happening with Katy Perry's convent remains the most intriguing of them all.
2011: The Nuns Get Kicked Out Of The ConventPhoto: Shutterstock
2013: Katy Perry Begins Trying To Buy The ConventPhoto: Shutterstock
April 2014: Perry Makes A Deal To Buy The Convent For $14.5 MillionPhoto: Shutterstock
May 20, 2015: The Nuns Sell The Property To Restaurateur Dana Hollister
May 26, 2015: The Nuns Meet With Katy Perry
June 2015: Hollister Moves Into The Convent