Perry: Pregnant Adele 'so cute'

Perry: Pregnant Adele 'so cute'

Katy Perry thinks Adele being pregnant is "so cute".

The 'Teenage Dream' singer is a huge fan of humble British star Adele - who briefly appeared in Katy's 'Part Of Me' 3D movie singing her praises - and says she is delighted her fellow singer is expecting a baby.

Katy said: "I love the fact that she's going to have a baby. That's so cute of her. She's such a good woman.

"And she was really nice in my movie, saying nice things about me. I've always loved her."

The 27-year-old star - whose divorce from Russell Brand was finalised in July - confessed that she first bonded with 'Someone Like You' singer Adele when the hungry singer stole her fast food burrito.

Katy joked to Britain's OK! magazine: "She came and saw one of my shows really early on when I played this small venue in London.

"She came backstage and I was eating a burrito and she was like: 'A burrito? Where did you get that burrito in England? Where did you get Mexican food?'

"And she took it, that b***h!"

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