Katy Perry hit the headlines a few weeks ago after she announced her pregnancy in her song Never Worn White. Katy shared that she is expecting her first child with fiance Orlando Bloom. The pop singer has a huge following on social media, and fans wait for any kind of update from her. Katy’s latest tweet about the Hulu series Normal People has left her fans in splits. This time, she poked fun at the number of sex scenes in the series and had the perfect new name for it.
Normal People is an adaptation of Sally Rooney’s 2018 novel by the same name and it is a series of 12 episodes. Katy Perry pointed out about the number of raunchy scenes in the series, and tweeted, “The show should be renamed: “We Have Much More Sex Than NORMAL PEOPLE”. Her tweet earned over 25k likes, and about 2.5k retweets. Clearly her fans could relate, and many thought the old Katy is back, and they let her know how much they love her tweets.
While one fan wrote, “THE OLD KATY IS BACK OMG,” another fan wrote, “TWEET STUFF LIKE THIS AND I LOVE IT.” Many had another take on this altogether, and one of the comments read, “Ik ur not drinking or taking anything since you’re preggo so there’s really no excuse as to why this tweet exists and is so random and weird. but not complaining."
The show should be renamed: “We Have Much More Sex Than NORMAL PEOPLE”— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) May 22, 2020
Meanwhile, Katy Perry recently shared in her Facebook live session that she is craving spicy Indian food during her pregnancy. Katy said, "Well, in the very beginning it was like give me Indian food or get out of the way. I have never wanted more spice than I do want in my life now. So it’s all about spice, how hot can my mouth get." ALSO READ: Not Just Katy Perry But Beyonce, Shakira, Demi Moore And More Went Nude To Flaunt Their Baby Bump
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