Katy Perry's flawless performance at 2013 American Music Awards on November 25 sparked a controversy about racism. The 29-year-old singer, who belted out her single "Unconditionally" while dressing up as a geisha and being surrounded by kimono-clad dancers on a Japanese garden-styled stage, was accused of being culturally insensitive.
However, Perry's stylist Johnny Wujek has defended the star's decision to do the Japanese-inspired performance. "Katy and I both love Japan," Wujek, who is also a creative director of "America's Next Top Model", told E! News.