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Calm down, KatyCats: Katy Perry is not pregnant, nor is she planning a wedding.
OK magazine tweeted a retraction for having "wrongly stated that Katy Perry was pregnant & that she was planning a wedding" in their March 2 print edition. Katy retweeted the magazine's retraction as well as their apology to her "for publishing the error."
The tabloid also apologized "for including paparazzi photos of Ms. Perry that'd been taken w/a long lens while she was having a private function at her home."
Sooo...that's that! Still, Katy tweeted a reminder to her fans to "REMEMBER these magazines are fiction designed for entertainment. NO ONE speaks for me. Instead let the previous tweets speak for themselves."
We hear 'em loud and clear K.P.—no baby or bridal showers will be thrown in your honor until you give the all clear! Speaking of brides-to-be, though, there is one woman gearing up to walk down the aisle who Katy says changed her life: Allison Williams!
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In a feature for Glamour.com, Katy named the Girls star, who's engaged to John Mayer's longtime pal Ricky Van Veen, as one of the 10 women who changed her life. "Allison was born for this business," she says of her BFF. "Even her effortless airport style would take me four hours to replicate. I can't wait to see her established as a household name in all things TV and film—especially because she's such a good human."
Other gals who've had a lasting impact on Katy's life include Shannon Woodward, "an incredibly conscious, thought-provoking actress, a best friend to me for over a decade, and a wonderful activist for women's rights,"and Kasey Musgraves, "one of the most unique songwriters I've heard in the past decades."
Gotta love a girls' girl supporting her fellow artists!