Katy Perry crashed London hen party

Singer advised bride-to-be not to get married

Tue 20 Mar 2012

Katy Perry crashed London hen party and advised a bride-to-be not to get married

Katy Perry
- who split from ex-husband Russell Brand in
December 2011 after 14 months of marriage - crashed Laura Cooney's hen
party in Mahiki nightclub in London's Mayfair on Saturday night and told her, "Don't do it."

Laura said: "We were drinking in Mahiki and Katy was dancing nearby. She ran up to me, saying 'Don't do it! Don't get married!'

"I said, 'I'd thought you'd say that!' She suddenly caught herself and
said, 'No, really ... congratulations.' She chatted to me for about 10
minutes. Katy was really, really sweet. She wished me luck."

Katy was left angry and hurt by the end of her marriage to Russell, 36,
and pals of the Part of Me singer don't believe she will be able to be
friends with the British comedian in the wake of their separation.

A friend told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Things aren't great between
Russell and Katy, and the likelihood of them staying friends dims by the

Katy - who tied the knot to Russell in India in October 2010 - appeared
to speak out against marriage yesterday, saying: "Let me tell
you about permanence - it doesn't exist."

The blue-haired beauty's night in Mahiki was cut short when she "bolted"
out of the London nightclub after hearing Russell was about to arrive. 

A source explained: "She wanted to spend the night singing in the room
as it's where her best friend Rihanna normally comes to play when she's
in town.

"Katy was having a great night but bolted out of the door when one of
her sidekicks stunned her by telling her Russ was about to turn up.

"Rather than risk an awkward run-in, Katy didn't take any chances and
ordered everyone to move on to a club in Chelsea instead." 

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