Katy Perry had recently claimed that she had stopped shaving her legs after Daisy Dove Bloom was born. The pop singer made the revelation in the latest episode of American Idol on April 4. The 36-year-old is one of the judges on the show and she choose this unique way to compliment a contestant’s performance.
Katy Perry applauded contestant Cassandra Coleman’s performance by saying, “Your voice is a spiritual experience. It is otherworldly angelic. And as a new mother, I don’t have very much time, so I have quit shaving my legs. But when you sang, the hair on my legs grew an inch and a half. So, full-body chills.”
Cassandra sang Apologize by Timbaland ft. OneRepublic and Find Me by Sigma ft. Birdy with Ryan Tedder. The contestant’s performance was a cherish to the ears and as well as the eyes during the Top 24 solo performance. Katy Perry also complimented her by saying, “It was amazing,” and Cassandra replied, “Wow, I’m honored” to the new mother of Daisy Dove Bloom.
Even her fellow judge, Luke Bryan didn’t believe her non-shaving statement. Hence, the pop singer gave a glimpse of her subtle to him by raising her leg on the table. The show’s host Ryan Seacrest said, “I tell you, Luke was checking to make sure you were telling the truth while you were talking”. Later Bryan also confirmed Perry’s statement saying, “she literally has leg hair”.
Katy Perry shares her experience as a new mother of Daisy Dove Bloom
Katy Perry admitted that after the birth of Daisy Dove Bloom in August, she wasn’t able to give herself much time in between motherhood and work. Perry returned to work soon after her daughter’s birth. She has also talked about her motherhood with Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness during a virtual Meditate America event.
“I’m a new mother. My daughter – she’s such a gift – but there is sometimes a challenge concerning sleep! No matter how much support you have,” she said. “But where am I going to get those six hours that I used to get? Where did it go?” She also revealed that she went to transcendental meditation (TM) for her me-time.
“There’s been so many different ways TM has blessed me, but in this particular moment, as a new mother, I take 20 minutes,” she explained. “Not only do I find the deepest rest that I need, that my body is desperate for — but it feels like I’ve stolen two plus hours, maybe three hours, from the clock.”