Pop-singer Katy Perry has settled a legal dispute with British hair care company over a verbal agreement gone wrong.
Katy was signed as the global ambassador for the hair care
company called Good Hair Day almost two years ago. In April this
year, the company felt that Katy Perry is not so popular any more
even with her successful career going ahead. They felt that the
singer's appeal in Europe had a significant decrease. With this
notion, the British company wanted to break ties with her.
Perry claimed that Good Hair Day, the company owed her $2 million based on a verbal agreement to extend her contract. Good Hair Day refused to accept the claim as they reportedly wanted to end association with Perry when the deal expired. Previously flooded images with Katy's different hair styles and colours, the hair care company removed all her pictures from their website.
The company filed a lawsuit first against Perry to prevent her from suing them for the $2 million. In June, both the parties agreed to drop the case completely with both giving up the right to re-file. This settles the lawsuit. It hasn't been confirmed whether Perry received the $2 million she sought from the company.