This week the world is playing catch-up after spending the whole weekend royally partying. Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, tied the knot under some of the most extreme wedding circumstances and are officially husband and wife. It seems everyone on the planet tuned in to catch their "I Dos" and to ogle Meghan’s stunning gown. Well, mostly everyone was ogling. Some people were judging. Like, American Idol judge Katy Perry, for example. Katy Perry shaded Meghan Markle over her wedding dress during a recent interview and obviously raised a few eyebrows.
Entertainment Tonight caught up with Perry and her fellow American Idol judges, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan to talk over their royal wedding opinions. Perry openly admitted she doesn’t know much about Meghan, but did praise her for all of her philanthropic and feminist work. First, she told cameras, "I don’t know much about her, but what I’ve seen or heard, whether it’s been true or false, everything to me, it sounds amazing. I’m so happy for them."
Well, that’s all lovely, but what did Perry think about the dress? With a smile, she said, "I would have done one more fitting."
Gee, Katy. Tell me how you really feel.
Perry continued, "Kate, Kate, Kate won, Kate won! I’m sorry. I’m never not going to tell the truth! One more fitting, but I love you."
K… watch her comments below.
The truth is, whether three-quarter-length sleeves and boatneck tops are your thing, you’ve got to admit: Meghan looked stunning. The simplicity and elegance of her all-white gown, designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, was literally fit for a princess. And if the dress wasn’t your style, certainly the crown and veil had to be.
When was the last time you wore something from 1893, Katy?
The truth is, whether you loved to hate or hated to love Meghan’s gown, it doesn’t really matter what you think. She’s the freaking Duchess of Sussex now, y’all, and can wear whatever she damn well pleases. (Ya know, as long as the Queen approves and everything.)
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