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Jennifer Aniston Won’t Be Godmother to Katy Perry’s Baby

July 25, 2020

It turns out that actress Jennifer Aniston won't be the godmother of singer Katy Perry and actor Orlando Bloom's baby girl, using an episode of KIIS1065's Kyle and Jackie O to say the report was false.

There was talk that that Perry, 35, and Bloom, 43, wanted the Greek-American darling Aniston, 51, to be the godmother,

"She texted us, because we are friendly with her and Orlando is one of her good friends, and we were like, 'Wow! This is a wild rumor,'" Perry said. "I mean, God knows, she's, you know, with her she's had everything said about her. But I guess this is a fun rumor. But no, we have no idea where it came from. But, you know, that is the product of the media and the internet. You should definitely believe everything that you read.”

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