Katy Perry will perform at Sunday night’s Logie Awards ceremony despite suing TV Week’s parent company ACP magazines.

Perry launched a lawsuit against ACP’s gossip magazine NW in the Victorian Supreme Court on Wednesday.

The magazine

claimed she had an affair with her record producer that almost ended her marriage to Russell Brand. ACP owns magazines including TV Week.

The lawsuit cast a cloud over the I Kissed a Girl singer’s appearance.

ACP is reportedly paying Perry around $300,000 to perform her hit song Firework at the event.

Yesterday, a Logies spokeswoman and EMI confirmed that Perry would perform at the Crown gala.

ACP publisher Peter Holder added: “To date ACP have not been served with any claim, so we have no comment on the issue.”

Perry is the top billed act for the ceremony so far, although organisers are still trying to snare Justin Bieber.

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