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Katy Perry is having an “incredible experience” outside the Hollywood “bubble”.
Perry, 37, opened up about moving to Kentucky last month during an appearance on Chelsea Handler’s podcast, “Dear Chelsea.”
“I’ve been living in Kentucky for almost a month now. And it’s been a pretty amazing experience. Because it reminds you that Hollywood isn’t America,” Perry explained.
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The “Last Friday Night” singer pointed out that living outside of Hollywood gives celebrities a better understanding of people.
“You have to remember that,” Perry added. “Because I think you can understand people better.”
“Yeah okay. It’s good to get out of what you know is normal and your reality,” Handler replied.
“Yeah, I mean they live in kind of a bubble. We live in a bubble. Our bubbles are complete opposites. But they are — it’s interesting,” Perry said.
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Handler noted that Perry grew up in a “super religious” family.
“You’ve been in different bubbles because you grew up in a bubble,” Handler added. “You grew up super religious, yeah, and it’s a bubble. Then you got into this industry, it’s another bubble. Isn’t it?”
“It’s an anthropological study of humans,” Perry acknowledged.
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Perry then opened up about motherhood, calling it “the best decision [she’s] never done in [her] Entire life.”
The “American Idol” judge welcomed daughter Daisy with husband Orlando Bloom in August 2020.
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