Perry offered deal for tell-all book

Perry offered deal for tell-all book

Katy Perry has reportedly been offered $3.1m (€2.36m) to write a tell-all book about Russell Brand.

The former couple split in December after just 14-months of marriage, with Russell, 36, filing for divorce citing "irreconcilable differences".

Both have maintained a dignified silence since their separation, but three publishers are now said to be competing to get 27-year-old Perry's side of the story.

Meanwhile, Perry is rumoured to have moved on with 22-year-old Chanel model Baptiste Giabiconi- who she was spotted "flirting" with at Paris Fashion Week.

One person said to be thrilled about the love match is the fashion house's creative designer Karl Lagerfeld, who is believed to have played cupid between the two.

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