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I love that you people can sit at your computers and judge the quality or quantity of love between two people you've never met. Easy to do when your life choices aren't made available for public review, isn't it? It must be great to live s life where you have never made any mistakes in love. I have to imagine that love in the celebrity spot light is difficult and one you judgemental armchair quarterbacks have never understand. Get a life and stop judging those you envy for their status,money, attention, or whatever it is you feel you're missing in your pathetic lives.
What goes around Perry you only wanted him because at the time he belonged to another woman (Artist)you copied her so much you know who she is.
Dislussional immaturity on all levels!
Even non-religious parents want their kids and their grandkids to be happy. It's harder to be truly happy when families split apart. It's tough enough for "normal" people to commit to their marriages. It's doubly difficult for world-traveling celebrities to stay committed to their families when sycophantic managers and "friends" won't challenge them to work through the tough times to get to the deeper, enduring happiness that often awaits. Only the rare entertainer (Mark Wahlberg) can stay grounded despite the temptations of celebrity culture. Best of luck to Katy & Russell. Good thing they hadn't yet had any kids.
'...because she didn't want to upset her religious parents...'
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