Katy Perry has opened up about the challenges of balancing motherhood and her career, revealing that being a mom has put a damper on her partying lifestyle. The renowned singer, who has a three-year-old daughter named Daisy with her partner Orlando Bloom, confessed that she can no longer afford to be hungover after a performance.
During her final Las Vegas residency show, Perry expressed her thoughts on the matter, acknowledging that her wild twenties are behind her now. She humorously shared that her toddler’s early morning routine, regardless of her physical state, leaves no room for nursing a hangover. “It’s embarrassing to wake up feeling hungover when you have your children with you,” she exclaimed. Instead, Perry finds herself waking up to her daughter’s enthusiastic request to watch the film “Minions.”
Perry, now 39 years old, reflected on how her body reacts to excessive drinking compared to her younger years. She confessed that more than two drinks in one night now leads to a less-than-pleasant, regret-filled next day. Consequently, she feels compelled to reevaluate her choices and decisions throughout her life.
In dealing with the demands of both motherhood and her career, Perry’s perspective on partying has certainly evolved. She now prioritizes her role as a mom and recognizes the need to maintain a responsible and healthy lifestyle.
Fresh Approach to Living: Katy Perry recently shared her thoughts on the balance between being a parent and maintaining her career. She openly confessed that since becoming a mother, her post-performance celebrations have transformed drastically, leaving no room for partying.
Flashback: The celebrity, who has a three-year-old daughter named Daisy with her partner Orlando Bloom, expressed her disapproval of being hungover while taking care of children. (Image from 2015)
Katy expressed her admiration for artists like Pink who frequently bring their young children on tour. According to The Sun, she stated, “I have never experienced touring or performing as a mother before, and I want to acknowledge and respect all the moms out there who do it. They are not only raising kids, but also managing preschool, making sandwiches, and enjoying life. You all are true rock stars, and I’m grateful to be a part of this club.”
During her final Vegas show, the loving mother dedicated a song to her daughter, who was present in the audience with her father. She lovingly said, “My next song is Daisy, your favorite. We listen to it together on our way to preschool. I love you so much, you’re my best friend, and I’m so happy you’re here.”
While Katy entertained the excited crowd, her fiancé danced with their thrilled daughter in the audience. A video shared on X (formerly known as Twitter) showed the Gran Turismo actor bouncing their three-year-old Daisy, who was dressed as Minnie Mouse and wore headphones to protect her from the loud music.
Backing: The adoring mother chose a tune specifically for her daughter, who was seated in the crowd alongside her father during Katy’s last performance in Las Vegas.
Mother: Katy excitedly informed her daughter, “For our next song, we’ll be listening to Daisy, which happens to be your absolute favorite! We jam to this tune during our car rides to preschool. I adore you so much, my dear. You truly are my closest companion and I couldn’t be more grateful that you’re in my life.”
She enthusiastically shared how her partner has provided unwavering support and has been an exceptional father figure. Moreover, she spoke about the inspiration behind creating her show, which stemmed from the birth of her daughter, Daisy Dove. Meeting her child was a transformative experience that filled her heart with the love she had always longed for. Daisy Dove brought her a sense of completeness, healing, and rediscovering the joy of playfulness. As a result, her show aims to tap into everyone’s inner child and encourages the belief that embracing a child’s perspective on life could lead to liberation. Currently, Katy, aged 39, has been captivating audiences with her performances at the Theater at Resorts World from December 29, 2021.