Is This Katy Perry's Response to the Orlando Bloom and Selena Gomez Drama? (After All, She's Been Cryptic Before)

Singer sparks speculation after posting a Peggy Lee love song

By Bruna Nessif May 12, 2016 10:03 PMTags
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Has Katy Perry finally broken her silence on the drama surrounding boyfriend Orlando Bloom and Selena Gomez?

The singer shared a tweet that has fans speculating if it's her response to the reports that circulated earlier in the week of Bloom and Gomez reportedly getting "touchy feely" at Mandalay Bay's Light club. And, of course, Perry's maybe-reaction to the news is in the form of song.

Perry wrote, "Is that all there is?" alongside a video of Peggy Lee's song of the same name.

The lyrics of the famous track include: "Then I fell in love, head over heels in love, with the most wonderful boy in the world / We would take long walks by the river or just sit for hours gazing into each other's eyes / We were so very much in love / Then one day he went away and I thought I'd die, but I didn't / and when I didn't, I said to myself, "Is that all there is to love?"

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After kicking off her Revival World Tour, Gomez went to Sin City for her show, and headed to a VIP booth once the concert was over with Bloom, who was in Las Vegas for a friend's bachelor party.

"Selena was with a group of girlfriends and Orlando was hanging with his guys," an eyewitness told E! News of the pair, who have denied dating rumors in the past. "Orlando went over when her friends were out on the dance floor and Selena was all alone in her booth." While they did seem "touchy feely," their actions may not have been as romantic as the pictures might suggested.

"Security surrounded the booth trying to block what was happening," the eyewitness explained.

Although there's no telling for sure if Peggy Lee is doing all the talking for Katy, we do know that this isn't the first time Perry decided to go the cryptic route when it comes to addressing unfortunate situations.

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Earlier this year, Perry shared a quote on Instagram which some thought was directed at her feud with former friend Ryn Weaver.

The quote read, "Chang-an writes, 'If one befriends another person but lacks the mercy to correct him, one is in fact his enemy.' The consequences of a grave offense are extremely difficult to erase. The most important thing is to continually strengthen our wish to benefit others.—Nichiren."

Perry then simplified the message in the caption, by writing, "Aka if they ya true homie and they ain't actin right, smack em wit love or else they gonna get k.o. from the universe n s--t."

And in 2014, the singer seemingly addressed her split from John Mayer with another cryptic quote. "The bad news: there is no key to the universe. The good news: it was never locked," she wrote.

So, is Katy being cryptic again? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

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