Russell Brand has slammed his ex-wife Katy Perry in a documentary that he filmed during the span of their 14-month marriage. In 2010, he visited Africa for Comic Relief and said that the trip had a deeper effect on him. It even made him question his marriage with Katy.
When speaking in his new documentary “Brand: The Second Coming”, he said, “The stuff in Africa hit me really hard. I’m associated with the very thing I detest: vapid, vacuous, plastic, constructed, mindless celebrity. That’s the very sea we’re swimming in: ‘Oh, who’s he? He’s married to Katy Perry.'”
He told a friend, “It’s definitely good I’m with someone I love. But it’s not a resolution to anything spiritual. This is my suspicion, that at some point, to be happy, I’m going to have to walk away.”
Another scene shows Brand’s friend Noel Gallagher admitting that he knew Brand and Perry’s marriage wouldn’t last. He said, “Russell calls me up once and says, ‘What happens when she wants to watch a film and I want to watch another film? It’s doing my head in.’ I was like, ‘Just let her watch the f***ing film.’ I knew at that point this ain’t gonna go much further.”
Perry is said to be quite embarrassed by the documentary. A source said, “It hurts like hell for Katy to re-live her painful marriage like this. She feels vulnerable and embarrassed.”
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