And he's the one who ended things on a sour note the moment that he sent her that text. If Katy Perry decides to let bygones be bygones, that's her business. we'd ask if it's worth it to her to have him in her life.
"I’m willing and open for reconciliation, any kind." Reconciliation is Katy Perry's thing to open herself to, my buddy, my guy. Isn't that so typical of a rich male celebrity to not realize how in the wrong he's been? If it would outweigh the old hurt feelings that his presence would dredge up.
Katy Perry's marriage to Russell Brand wasn't one of those lightning-fast Hollywood marriages where all that it takes is a few months to realize that off of the set or sober or whatever, they can't stand each other. She's even made it clear that she was in love with him when they married. Which is good, because he really has no standing to.
(Even in Hollywood) What was truly sensational about their breakup wasn't that it happened soon or late. No, what was absolutely ridiculous was that, on the 31st of December, 2011, Russell Brand texted to Katy Perry that he was divorcing her. Instead, she's stated facts about their split and she's written songs about the breakup, but she hasn't roasted Russell Brand as many might have done.
She teared up when recalling that she was shielded from a lot in her childhood because of her religious upbringing, but Perry also expressed that she is happy to get to really know her parents now because of the therapy."I didn't really hear them and I'm trying to listen for that more and hold a space and have compassion for them and love them in an authentic way because it wasn't always easy because we have very different viewpoints.