Katy Perry flaunts baby bump and dance moves as Orlando Bloom drives car, fans worried she'd 'throw up'
In the video, the singer gets out of the car and shows off her dancing skills before holding her tummy and stopping to catch her breath
Katy Perry and fiance Orlando Bloom are preparing to welcome their first child together. The pop star showed off her baby bump in a photo that she shared on Instagram on August 7. In the photo, an exhausted Perry is seen resting on chair, in what appears to be a baby supplies store.
She even joked about it and captioned it "Poopedstar” – a reference to herself being tired. Bloom wasn’t far behind. He posted a video, where they are in their car, he asks Perry, “Honey, what day is it?” and before an visibly tired Perry could answer, he said, “It’s Friday day..” – and immediately one can hear the song ‘Push The Feeling On’ by Nightcrawlers playing in the background. The 35-year-old wearing a gray hoodie and sweatpants, with a cap and a mask on, being a sport, ‘bent out’ of the car and showed off her dancing skills before holding her tummy and stopping to catch her breath -- to which Bloom can be heard saying ‘No no no no’ before bursting out laughing.
But fans were concerned over something else. When Perry bent over to get out of the car, few of them thought she was going to throw up. One wrote: “Honestly, thought she opened the door to throw up. LOL.” One concurred with the user and shared, “Lol, me too. (I remember quite well asking my husband to pull over so I could throw up a few times.”
Most lauded Perry’s dance moves. One said, “Queen of doing most when she’s 6 million months preggo, phew we have to Stan.” Another commented, “Best bump’n we’ve ever seen.” According to one user, “This is the best thing I’ve ever seen.” One even thought she was in labor, wrote: “I thought she was in labor omg.” One user replied to that saying, “ I’m still not convinced she’s not.” Most fans wished the couple well and expressed their love and excitement for them.
In a recent interview with People, Perry opened up about their relationship. The couple had briefly broken up in 2017 and Perry said it was necessary for them to become stronger. “It's really about an individual journey that makes the whole thing better. We both had to decide to go on that journey separately because it's not my half and your half that makes a whole. It's my wholeness and your wholeness that makes this whole thing happen,” Perry told the magazine. The artist also shared that they are continuing to learn from each other and grow together.
When she was asked about her wedding plans, Perry said, "I tried to do it this year and it poo poo-ed on me so ask me again in another year!” She had to cancel her wedding this year due to the pandemic. “I went through the whole freakin' process. Right now, we're just so focused on this [pregnancy], which is exciting. Let's hope  is different than '20. Every time we try to make a plan, it switches. It's really all about going with the flow these days!,” she told People magazine.
According to a report by The Sun, even though Perry is tight-lipped about her due date, she hinted it could be in July or August 2020. In an Instagram post following her announcement, she wrote: "Let's just say it's gonna be a jam-packed summer."