Katy Perry hits on Oklahoma QB, throws corn dogs on set of ‘GameDay’

Katy Perry on the set of 'ESPN College GameDay.'

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UPDATE: The rest of the day didn’t go so well for Trevor Knight, as the fourth-ranked Sooners were upset by the No. 25 TCU Horned Frogs. And Katie, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but Trevor reportedly has a girlfriend.

Katy Perry was the celebrity guest on the "ESPN College GameDay" set Saturday, and it was … interesting.

Wearing a pink and black throw rug-type thing for a sweater, Perry had plenty of nothing to say during her time on camera, highlighted by openly hitting on Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight when asked to pick a winner for the Sooners game against TCU.

"Trevor Knight, call me!" she shouted, while holding up a heart-shaped sign with Knight’s picture on it.

The Oklahoma football program, of course, took notice:

Perry didn’t stop the antics there. She also asked, "Is this the game with the ‘Cocks in it?" during the picks segment (it wasn’t), and she closed by chucking a series of corn dogs toward the camera, a graphic way to rile up LSU fans:

Then Lee Corso put on the Alabama elephant mask and rubbed Perry with the nose, and of course that became a thing:


Knight hasn’t responded yet — probably because he had a big game to play — but get this: Friday was his birthday.

What a gift!

How could Katy’s day at Ole Miss get any more bizarre?  Well, after the show this went down (h/t: SB Nation):