Everyone was anticipating Katy Perry’s Grammy Awards performance and boy did they get one.
Perry, who has remained tight lipped throughout her pending divorce from comedian Russell Brand even silencing her parents at one point for mentioning the breakup, took the Grammy Awards stage by storm and surely spoke her peace.
Perry first took the stage performing her hit song “Alien” but quickly changed lyrics and started singing a new tune, one that seemed like it was aimed at Brand.
“Days like this I wanna drive away, pack my bags and watch your shadow fade,” sings Perry. “You chewed me up and spit me out, like I was poison in your mouth.”
Perry shot Brand quite the message through the lyrics of her new song “Part Of Me” and it only got better as the performance went on.
“You took my light, you drained me down but that was then and this is now” she sings. But the most controversial line of it all came toward the end when Perry shot off, “So you can keep the diamond ring, it don’t mean anything, in fact you can keep everything, yeah, yeah except for me.”
Just recently the two finalized their divorce amicably with Brand terminating his rights to spousal support, according to E!. E! reported that he was entitled to half of his higher-earning significant other’s income throughout their marriage.
Brand cited “irreconcilable differences” when he filed the divorce in December.
“Sadly, Katy and I are ending our marriage. I’ll always adore her and I know we’ll remain friends,” 36-year-old Brand said in a statement.
Rumors were swirling of a possible breakup during the Christmas holiday when Perry, 27, was scheduled to fly to Brand’s native London but instead went to Hawaii with friends.
The couple first met in 2009 on the set of “Get Him to the Greek” in which Brand starred in. The two announced their engagement in 2009 and were married on Oct. 3 2010 in India.
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