Orlando Bloom Could Not Be More Unfazed by Katy Perry's Dramatic Hair Change

While Katy Perry just unveiled her latest hair transformation, her fiancé Orlando Bloom proved he has other things on his mind. Read on for what he had to say in response to her new look.

By Samantha Schnurr Apr 12, 2021 4:16 PMTags

Katy Perry just returned to the dark side of hair color...and Orlando Bloom is just worried about their household oat milk supply. 

On Sunday, April 11, the typically blond "Smile" singer took to Instagram to promote a new episode of American Idol while unveiling her latest look: a dark long mane with sideswept bangs, the color reminiscent of her "I Kissed a Girl" days. While it's unclear if her tresses are the result of a drastic dye job or a wig, Perry's new 'do certainly got fans' attention as thousands of likes and comments poured in, including one from her famous fiancé. However, Bloom's focus wasn't exactly on her hair. 

"Baby," he wrote, "we're all out of oat milk." Hey, groceries are a priority! 

Still, leave it to the 44-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean alum to keep things candid. After all, he did recently admit to The Guardian that he does not have "enough" sex. But, as he acknowledged, "We just had a baby, though."

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Indeed, the couple is in the midst of life with an infant after Perry gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Daisy Dove, in August 2020. He has since been on a quest to get the little one to utter her first word, specifically "Dad." 

"I'm constantly talking to her, chanting, singing to her," he shared on The Graham Norton Show in February. "Now I sing anything that has 'Daddy' in it. I'm like—just because I want her to say 'Dad' before she says anything else."

At the time, he was hearing some progress. "Actually, she sort of has said a bit of 'Da Da Da Da,'" he said. "Every time I come up, she's very excited to see me."

Now, the question is: Will she recognize her famous mom with her new look?

 

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