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Katy Perry, Democratic National Convention 2016, DNC 2016

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

Ugh! We feel for this guy. On a recent episode of MTV's Catfish, hosts Nev Schulman and Max Joseph set out to uncover whether or not one man was being fooled by an impostor. A man named Spencer Morrill believed he had been talking to Katy Perry for six years and had even purchased an engagement ring. Unfortunately, as one might expect, he was being trolled, and the "Rise" singer was not on the other end of the screen. We can't even imagine what a bummer this was for the poor guy.

Katy Perry, Democratic National Convention 2016, DNC 2016

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

Perry went on The Morning Mash XM radio show and expressed her thoughts on the unfortunate matter. When someone sent her the link to the story, Katy said she didn't actually read it "because I just think it's really unfortunate and very sad." Same, girl. "My heart goes out to him," she continued. "People have dreams, and people live in different parts of the world where not everything is always so accessible. We live on the coasts, and we get stuff in a way that some other people don't get, and I feel bad for him. So I didn't really like to indulge in that because my heart would die." Hopefully, Spencer can move on now that he has some closure from Katy herself. 

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are getting way cozy