Pregnant Katy Perry Is Craving For Spicy Indian Food; Says, 'It's All About Spice, How Hot Can My Mouth Get'

Singer Katy Perry is expecting her first child with fiance Orlando Bloom. In a recent conversation, she revealed that she is craving for Indian food.

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Pregnant Katy Perry Is Craving For Spicy Indian Food; Says, 'It's All About Spice, How Hot Can My Mouth Get'
Katy Perry announced her pregnancy in the most unique way possible. It was in her song Never Worn White, Katy announced to the world that she is expecting her first child with fiance Orlando Bloom. In the video, we could see her wearing a white gown and caressing her belly. Now, the singer has revealed what she is craving for the most during the course of her pregnancy and you'll be surprised to know that she's wanting to eat Indian food.

In a Facebook live session, when someone asked what she is craving for most 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." She further added, "Everyone talks about cravings when you’re pregnant and for me, I think about cravings but I also think about ‘do I want to risk my life getting that craving?"

In the same live session, Katy Perry also revealed that she often locks herself in the car to get some space amidst the lockdown due to Coronavirus. She was quoted saying, "Yeah I do because I need my space, Roman. You know, there's so many levels of uncertainty and it's really a one day at a time type of thing."

While Katy is enjoying her pregnancy journey, she recently launched her new song called Daisies which became a favourite of her fans. (Also Read: Katy Perry Goes Nude For Her New Music Video 'Daises' While Flaunting Her Baby Bump – Watch Video)







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