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Katy Perry’s Met Gala Mood

Published 15/05/2016

Katy Perry
Katy Perry

Katy Perry was reportedly in a bad mood at the Met Gala as she had to be in the same room as Taylor Swift.

Kate Perry was apparently in a bad mood at the Met Gala as she had to be in the same room with people she doesn’t talk to.

The Roar singer, 31, who was at the glitzy event earlier this month (May16) with beau Orlando Bloom, has had tempestuous relationship with fellow pop star Taylor Swift. The two singers allegedly fell out over backing dancers, plus they both dated John Mayer.

At the Met Gala, Taylor and Katy were in attendance, but sources reveal the atmosphere was tense.

“Katy was in a foul mood all night, no doubt because she was surrounded by arch rival Taylor Swift and her squad – plus a string of Orlando’s exes, including Miranda Kerr and Selena Gomez,” the insider told Britain’s Now magazine. “She refused to walk the red carpet with Orlando and in the ballroom they barely spoke.

“They were not having a good time at all.”

Orlando was married to Australian model Miranda, but the pair split in 2013. They have son Flynn, five, together.

To add salt to the wounds, it was recently reported that Katy’s ex-husband, British comedian Russell Brand, is expecting his first child with girlfriend Laura Gallacher, 27. Katy and the 40-year-old funnyman split after 14 months of marriage, with Russell sending the singer a text message informing her of the divorce.

However, things seem to be going well for Katy and 39-year-old Orlando, with the pair constantly snapped looking loved up.

"They're inseparable right now," an insider previously told US OK! magazine. "They just want to spend every waking moment together... They're in love. It's still early, but the connection they share is undeniable. It's been a long time since either of them has felt this strongly about someone else.”

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