Katy Perry reveals pregnancy in new video

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Katy Perry has revealed that she’s pregnant in new music video for “Never Worn White.” The song and video were released on Thursday (March 5th) with the surprising twist.

“OMG, so glad I don’t have to suck it in anymore,” Perry tweets with a rolling eyes Emoji.

Parisian directing duo J.A.C.K. (Madonna, Christine and the Queens) helmed the official video.

Perry wrote the moving piano ballad with Johan Carlsson, John Ryan and Jacob Kasher Hindlin. It was produced by Carlsson. The song is expected to appear on an upcoming Capitol Records project.

This is the fourth new song in eight months that Perry has released  – “Harleys in Hawaii,” “Small Talk,” and the gold-certified hit “Never Really Over.” Billboard declared, “the Katy Perry Renaissance…is here, undeniably and spectacularly…Perry is making her most exciting music in years, and within the span of a few months, she has completely shifted expectations for her next project among pop junkies.”

“Never Really Over,” which marked her first new solo music since 2017, was the biggest streaming launch of Perry’s career and has been certified gold. Views of the accompanying video have surpassed 80 million.

Last summer, Perry was awarded a plaque commemorating 100 million RIAA song certifications. She is one of only five artists in history to have topped 100 million certified units with their digital singles – and the first-ever Capitol Records recording artist to join the elite RIAA 100 Million Certified Songs club.

On March 11th, Perry will perform in a free concert to thank emergency services and give back to the bushfire affected communities in Victoria, Australia. The show of gratitude, Fight On is being staged in the beautiful bush setting of Pioneer Park in the city of Bright during sunset.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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