- American pop star, Katy Perry, recently took to her Twitter page to be candid about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting her
- The pregnant Fireworks crooner said that thinking about the new norm the coronavirus might cause has given her waves of depression
- Perry said she did not know which was worse in trying to avoid the virus and the waves of depression that comes with thinking about the new norm
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The coronavirus pandemic has no doubt shaken many parts of the world in unimaginable ways and it has led to a great level of anxiety and uncertainty amongst people.
Even celebrities are not left out of this feeling as pop star, Katy Perry, was recently candid on Twitter about how the pandemic made her feel.
The pregnant Fireworks singer said that sometimes she does not know which is worse in trying to avoid contracting the virus and also the depression that comes with thoughts of adjusting to the new norm.
She wrote: “Sometimes i don’t know what’s worse trying to avoid the virus or the waves of depression that come with this new norm”.
See her tweet below:
The coronavirus has proven not to be a respecter of persons as even celebrities have contracted the disease and some of them lost their lives to it.
Governments in many parts of the world enforced lockdowns as they advised people to stay indoors and also practise social distancing so as to flatten the curve and reduce deaths as search for its vaccine continues.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that Katy Perry and her handsome actor fiancé, Orlando Bloom, are expecting their first child together.
The singer and songwriter announced the good news on March 4, 2020, with a music video titled Never Worn White, where she showed off a growing baby bump.
Perry is engaged to actor Orlando Bloom and will be expecting her first child while this will be Bloom's second one. The music video confirmed her fans speculations that the singer was pregnant and chose to keep it a secret.
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