Katy Perry Reveals Newborn Daughter Daisy Is Fascinated with Cats
Pop singer Katy Perry's daughter, Daisy, is growing up very quickly, and at a year old, the little girl can tell some animals apart. However, there's one she's fascinated by.
Recently, Katy Perry, 36, was in Beverly Hills for Variety's "Power of Women" event held at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. The pop star opened up about her daughter, Daisy Dove's progress.
The little girl is currently a 1-year-old toddler and already starting to talk. Perry shares her child with her fiancé and actor Orlando Bloom, 44, and Daisy thinks everything is a cat.
Katy Perry at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on February 12, 2020, in Los Angeles, California | Photo: RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images/Getty Images
“I don't know why she is so fascinated with cats."
Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry at the Gala for the Global Ocean hosted by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco on September 26, 2018, in Monte-Carlo, Monaco | Photo: Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images
The "American Idol" judge confessed how bizarre the fascination was because her fans called themselves Katy Cats. However, little Daisy didn't know anything about them and didn't care about it either.
Despite this, for some reason, the most significant word in her life was gato. Perry couldn't help but feel like she and her daughter were just destined to be together like it had been fate.
Perry was accompanied by her fiancé to the Variety event where she had to go onstage. While up there, she found herself needing his help with the corset of her Schiaparelli dress.
She [Katy Perry] also openly campaigned for both Joe Biden and Hilary Clinton.
Some people in the crowd captured the interaction and the singer explained to the audience that the gown was a "little tight." She said she wouldn't be able to sing until the corset was loosened. The "What Makes a Woman" singer's fiancé obliged and lovingly kissed her shoulder before getting off stage.
Perry also received an award for her work at the Firework Foundation that day. The nonprofit tries to reach underserved communities through the arts. The star's award was presented to her by CBS News personality, Gayle King, who's also media mogul Oprah Winfrey's best friend.