Perry spotted with French model

Perry spotted with French model

Katy Perry has been linked to a French model.

The 'Firework' singer - who split with husband Russell Brand in December after just 14 months of marriage - was spotted "flirting" with Baptiste Giabiconi as they left a Paris hotel, according to reports.

The 22-year-old face of Chanel previously admitted he would "marry" Katy, 27, if he could make her divorce Russell - and it looks as though his affections might be returned.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "They were with a group of people, but they looked very much like a couple in love.

"He was never more than a foot away from her and they were very flirty. There was a lot of whispering, shared jokes and they were really flirting.

"They made a very good-looking couple."

In a January 2011 interview with dansk magazine, Baptiste professed his love for Katy.

He said: I like what she radiates. She has spirit and she doesn't come across forced. And I also think she's hot. If I could make her divorce her husband, I'd marry her."

Meanwhile, Russell is believed to have already moved on with artist Oriela Medellin Amieiro, who he is said to have met in yoga class.

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