CBS Boggled By Catholic Nuns' Refusal to Sell to 'Nice Girl' Katy Perry

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<p>Gayle King expressed her astonishment on the 21 July 2015 edition of <i>CBS This Morning</i> that two Catholic sisters were unmoved by Katy Perry, after the pop singer sang to them in an attempt to get them to sell their property in Los Angeles to her: "I was surprised to hear they met her, and still weren't impressed, because – you know, she's a doll! She's a really, really nice, nice girl."</p>
<p>Correspondent John Blackstone noted that "the nuns aren't swayed by the fact that Perry grew up the daughter of two evangelical ministers," and played up that "this fight over the nunnery may be more about money than morals."</p>

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