Russell Brand Calls Ex-Wife Katy Perry’s Lifestyle ‘Plastic’ As He Confesses To Detesting It
He’s known to be quite the speaker with his views about anything and everything. Russell Brand, who is known to use more of his words to express what he really feels, has done it again, this time with a documentary. Read On!
According to MailOnline, his documentary is going to touch on many things in his life, especially his failed marriage to Katy Perry. The documentary is naturally going to make Katy very uncomfortable because it is expected that Russell will be making quite a few revelations about his life with her and true to his nature, he has been quite vocal about his ex-wife in it.
According to the media outlet Russell has indeed spoken in length about his ex-wife in the documentary, which was shot when he was married to Katy. In the documentary, he can be seen questioning his compatibility with ex-wife and admitting how he thinks that her lifestyle is “vapid, vacuous and plastic” even before they were married.
The actor-comedian had a tremendous effect on the way he thought when he visited Africa back in 2010. It is being said that this trip made him question himself and it altered his values. After having been deeply effected by whatever he saw in Africa, he realized that he is associated with the one thing he truly detests and that is a plastic, mindless celebrity.
He can also be seen talking to his friend Stephen Merchant that he never really thought his marriage with Katy would last longer. Back in good times, the couple’s bliss only lasted for less than 2 years as they did everything that a couple would do. After a brief romance, they got married in a Hindu ceremony in Rajasthan, got matching tattoos in Sanskrit and even raised a cat together named Rusty.
Irish Independent added that Katy Perry feels really vulnerable and embarrassed because of all that’s happening and she has to re-live the painful marriage she had with Russell Brand all over again. We can only wait and see what more does Russell reveal in his documentary, “Brand: The Second Coming.”
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