Katy Perry gets a helping hand from Bradley Cooper after getting stuck on dinghy while holidaying with Oprah
Katy Perry was seen in a rather uncomfortable position while trying to board a dinghy but her beau Orlando Bloom was nowhere to be seen at the time of her slippery situation
Pop star Katy Perry found herself in a difficult situation on the weekend after trying to get onto a dinghy while on vacation with Oprah Winfrey in the Italian shore of Panarea.
Perry managed to get herself stuck in a strange position as she struggled to navigate her way onto the landing craft off the rocky Italian shore. Her fellow passenger Oprah Winfrey looked very much amused at Perry's plight and was seen giggling.
However, Perry did not struggle for too long as she got a helping hand from Bradley Cooper.
Meanwhile, her beau Orlando Bloom was nowhere to be seen at the time of her slippery situation.
Bloom was seen enjoying a swim off the deep end before the group headed back to their home for the week—Barry Diller's $200 million ship Eos.
Both Perry and Bloom have been enjoying a long Italian vacation which started off with a trip down Amalfi coast with billionaire David Geffen on his yacht.
However, the journey ended last Monday as the pair were dropped at Google Camp.
Perry and Bloom then moved onto staying on Eos along with Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King, Bradley Cooper, and Meghan Markle's new BFF Edward Enninful. Also seen out with the group was Sheryl Sandberg's ex Bobby Kotick.
Previously, the entire group had been in Sicily at the Google Camp only a few days before. As per tradition, they had enjoyed dinner and a concert while in the ruins of the Temple of Hera on the island. Cars were seen taking the guests to the event with Perry and Bloom riding with Diller and Von Furstenberg and Harry Styles.
Tuesday saw the arrival of several more guests such as Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra who headed for the three-day conference. Google Camp guests are all encouraged to bring their families with no shortage of activities. The resort features two 18-hole golf courses, a tennis academy and one of the largest spa complexes in all of Europe. There are a number of suites as well as private rooms for guests to stay at after arriving by air or sea.