Award Shows February 15, 2016
Grammys 2016: Pauley Perrette Opens Up on Her Latest Encounter with a Homeless Man
On Monday, "NCIS” star Pauley Perrette took a break from shooting her hit show to attend the 2016 Grammy Awards.
The actress opened up to “Extra's” AJ Calloway about her second bizarre encounter with a homeless person in L.A. Pauley took to social media last week, revealing that a homeless man grabbed her wrist and wouldn't let go when she stopped her car to give him a dollar bill. She told AJ, “I had a very serious assault on November 12 by a homeless man and that sort of became a big news story. Then I had just had something weird happen a few weeks ago, so I said something about the weirdness about the second one and people thought it was another thing, but I'm fine… I'm working with the mayor, working with a lot of people on getting this homeless thing, getting it better. We got a lot of money raised a couple weeks ago — thank you Mayor Garcetti.”
On a lighter note, the social media ambassador for Grammys, chatted about who she was looking forward to seeing at the show. “Gaga's tribute to David Bowie will literally blow people's minds.”
When AJ pushed Perrette to spill the beans on whether or not Beyoncé was doing a surprise performance, she answered, “We're always happy to have Beyoncé here — she's a Grammy legend.”
Perrette reiterated that she was under a bunch of restrictions about what she could and could not reveal. At the show, Beyoncé presented the Record of the Year award to Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars.