Katy Perry celebrates the release of her new album, Smile, from her hospital bed.
The singer’s fifth album Never Really Over arrived in the world just a day after giving birth to her first child, a baby girl named Daisy Dove Bloom, with her fiance Orlando Bloom on Thursday.
Along with a promo clip for the record, Katy wrote on Instagram: “IT’S HERE! IT’S REALLY HERE! I finally got my smile back! I hope this record will put one in your face. #SMILE IS EVERYWHERE NOW! LOVE YOU GUYS SO ENJOY (sent from my hospital bed lol) (sic) ‘.
Dedicated: Katy Perry – pictured last week – admitted she was celebrating the release of her new album “from her hospital bed” after giving birth this week
Meanwhile, a report released Thursday by UsWeekly claims that Katy, 35, “won the battle” with Orlando, 43, by choosing Daisy’s name.
“She drew the nickname Daisy, but Orlando loved Fiona,” a source told the outlet.
The I Kissed A Girl hitmaker also joked on Twitter this week: “Giving a baby and a record the same week, don’t fuck with mom. “
Did you win the battle? Meanwhile, a new report claims it was Katy who chose the name Daisy, while her fiancé Orlando Bloom wanted something more traditional.
The 12-track album sees the pop superstar pay tribute to her future husband on Champagne Problems, on which she talks about the “dirty work” she and the Carnival Row actor – who split in 2017, before to rekindle their relationship – have put in their romance.
She sings: “Make-up to the breakups / Times we coulda give up / We put in the dirty work / So now we know it’s worth it / Now we are celebrating / I’m so glad we made it this far , ah (uh). ‘
In What Makes A Woman, dedicated to her daughter, she celebrates femininity.
Touching: Katy and Orlando have decided to reveal their happy news via the United Nations Children’s Fund is a United Nations agency (UNICEF)
Katy previously shared, “There is a song on the record called What Makes A Woman which is a hope I have for my future child. “
“That she has no limits on any of her dreams, what she wants to be, or who she thinks she is and that she can change whenever she wants.” She can try anything if she wants to.
“I think this song is important to me and important to her.
Katy previously described her 2017 witness follow-up as “75% prism and 25% teenage dream.”
The Dark Horse singer explained that the first single, Daisies, has taken on new meaning for her amid the coronavirus pandemic, and she hopes everyone will be inspired to follow their dreams, no matter what others think. after listening to the stimulating hymn.
Announcement: Katy revealed through the music video for her song Never Worn White, released in March, that they are expecting their first child together
Priorities: In a recent interview, Katy admitted the couple were focused on “delivering a healthy child,” so decided to postpone their marriage again.
She said, “I wrote this song a few months ago to stay true to the course you set for yourself, regardless of what others may think.
“Recently it has taken on new meaning for me, in light of what the whole world is going through.
“Each of us is one in over seven billion, with our own story of strength and resilience to tell… I hope this will be the soundtrack to make your dreams come true… especially the ones we left behind.
Katy was planning to drop the record in June, but it was pushed back amid the global health crisis.