Katy Perry Got Extremely Personal About Her Famous Exes

On June 9, Katy Perry released her newest album, Witness. Alongside its debut came something else: a weekend-long livestream of extremely personal revelations. This followed along with the continued Katy Perry album promotion tactic of making the personal public. She has not been quiet about her well-known feud with Taylor Swift, nor has she been silent about her breakup earlier this year from Orlando Bloom. As it is, Perry might not be a private person by nature, but with a new album comes a chance for even more intimate details to surface.

To keep the P.R. machine chugging along over the weekend, Perry’s personal YouTube channel became a confessional in a game with James Corden called “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts.” Faced with eating such items as pickled pigs’ feet, beef tongue, and bird saliva, Perry and Corden had to reveal their deepest secrets.

“From best to worst in bed,” Corden began. “Rank John Mayer, D.J. Diplo, and Orlando Bloom.” Perry demurred at first: “No, no, I will not answer that!”

Corden was persistent in his interrogation, ****listing lovers for Perry as she nodded along in agreement with her head in her napkin. The order: Diplo in third, closely followed by Bloom. Mayer took the top of the list.

Though Perry acted coy about this particular confession, she hasn’t shied away when it comes to discussing the headline-making drama in her life. As she slowly rolled out singles for Witness, fans didn’t have to guess what she might be thinking about, well, anything. When Perry was a guest on James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke last month, she broke down her famous feud with Taylor Swift for the late-night host. “Honestly, it’s really, like, she started it, and it’s time for her to finish it,” she said at the time.

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