Katy Perry Unsure If She'll Have a Baby Shower Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Katy Perry has opened up about her state of mind regarding hosting a baby shower for her first child with boyfriend, Orlando Bloom.
Although Katy Perry is trying to maintain a positive attitude during her pregnancy journey amid the COVID-19 pandemic, she's not sure she will be hosting a baby shower.
The admission came during a Facebook Live Chat that the singer had with her fans recently, ET Online has reported. During the conversation, which allowed fans to ask her questions about both the show and her personal life, the "American Idol" judge said that:
"I know not everyone does a babymoon or a baby shower, but I'm not sure I'm gonna be able to do any of that."
Katy added that even though she was taking it one day at a time and was grateful, a lot was going on in the world. One of the reasons for the "Roar" crooner's gratitude would be the fact that she won't be having her baby anytime soon.
[Katy's] decision to cancel her plans for the press interviews was made after a COVID-19 scare among the record label staff was documented.
While enjoying a chat with Extra, the expectant mother stated that even though she had some bad days that made her want to cry, she believed that "when we look back at this, for [me,] it will be this beautiful bond that we created."
People reported that the singer revealed that she and her man, Orlando Bloom were expecting their first baby together in the music video for her song "Never Worn White," which was released in March.
Not only do fans get to see Katy cradling her baby bump in the clip, but they also get an insight on her innermost fears as the song addresses her fear of commitment.
Despite those fears, the 35-year-old sang that she was ready to live a life filled with happiness with another person. Days after she unveiled her pregnancy, Daily Mail reported that Katy was in lockdown in her Sydney hotel following COVID-19 fears in Australia.
The singer-songwriter, who was supposed to do press interviews allegedly flew into the city after she performed at a bushfire relief concert in provincial Victoria.
A source stated that the decision to cancel her plans for the press interviews was made after a COVID-19 scare among the record label staff was documented.
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