From Russell Brand to Gwyneth Paltrow, the best celebrity sex confessions.
We feel like there were only a few photos of the pair snapped together over the past couple of months, and then bam! John Mayer and Katy Perry are over.
Since her divorce from Russell Brand was finalized earlier this year, Katy Perry has talked about her split from her husband of 14 months in snippets. However, in her new movie "Part of Me," the 27-year-old singer shows footage of what it was like during those months when they were breaking up.
No one likes to cry at work, but it happens to the best of us. Yet, imagine how much worse it would be when work means performing in front of thousands of strangers with all of their eyes on you? This is precisely what Katy Perry was forced to deal with following her tough split and divorce from husband Russell Brand.
Russell Brand is opening up from his split from Katy Perry after 14 months of marriage – and he's got a surprisingly positive outlook on the whole divorce.
When we heard Katy Perry and Russell Brand signed exactly zero prenuptial agreements before they married, we were worried. When they announced their split last December after 14 months of marriage, we braced ourselves for a messy, brutal divorce. If he wanted to, Brand could have walked away with $20 million from his ex-wife—half of her earnings during the course of their ill-fated matrimony.
It's been several months since Katy Perry and Russell Brand publicly announced that they were through with their 14-month long marriage, and it seems that the former couple has both moved onto newer models, literally.
In a bold move on Sunday night, Katy Perry took the Grammy stage and debuted a new song, "Part of Me," to serenade her audience while sending ex-husband Russell Brand a poignant message— it's over, but I'm doin' fine!
Oh, how carefree Katy Perry and Russell Brand were back in October 2010. 'Let's get married in India and have an elephant at the wedding!' 'We don't need a prenup, we're madly in love!'
Some celebrities have no shame when it comes to certain things: details about their private lives, public meltdowns, and in some cases, even their weird fetishes. Now, we totally support everyone's right to like whatever they want to like (today, January 20, is International Fetish Day after all) but some things should be kept private – namely, these odd celeb fetishes!
Whatever happened in Katy Perry's short 14-month marriage could be cause for concern. First, Russell Brand blindsides the gorgeous blue-eyed Perry with a divorce on December 30. And now, the the 36-year-old actor is planning to write a tell-all memoir, according to Us Weekly.
There's already reports that Katy Perry has backed out of tomorrow night's People's Choice Awards. Is it because she's flying to the UK to try to save her marriage to Russell Brand?
In case you've been out of iPhone contact for the past couple weeks, here's the latest: Over New Year's weekend, Russell Brand filed for divorce from Katy Perry. This is just musing and speculation, but what if Katy and Russell began the exit from the "honeymoon phase" of their romance, and realized their values and life goals were totally different? How can you avoid that mistake in your life?
It's no secret that Russell Brand is a bit of a sex addict. In fact, when he and his now-ex Katy Perry were first married, rumors abounded that he would probably falter in his marriage because of his sexual insatiability. While it doesn't appear that another woman was the cause of their recent split, it does seem that Russell may have grown tired of his ho-hum life between the sheets—that is, when the two were actually together in 2011!
Today we learned that another celebrity marriage is ending; Katy Perry & Russell Brand will be filing for divorce. It's big news because they're young and famous, because the marriage only lasted 14 months and because they always seemed an unlikely couple. But marriages are ending every day among us, especially as the new year begins. As someone who's never been married, it makes me wonder. Do people get so caught up in the whirlwind romance that they don't think about the idea of lifetime commitment? Or do they go into the marriage thinking, "I hope this works, but good thing for 'irreconcilable differences' in California"?