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Katy Perry Denies Russell Brand Marriage Problems



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Katy Perry has denied rumors that her marriage to British comedian and Hollywood actor Russell Brand is in trouble.

Teenage Dream singer Perry denied the recent speculation of possible problems in her marriage to Brand in a Twitter message on Sunday.

Perry told her Titter followers that the fact she and Brand preferred to keep their private lives out of the spotlight did not mean the couple’s marriage is on the rocks.

“Just cause we don’t flaunt our relationship doesn’t mean there’s something wrong w/it. Privacy is our luxury. #tabloidsrtrash #gossipisgross,” she Tweeted.

Perry and Brand married in India in October 2010 after becoming engaged in the country the previous New Year’s Eve.

Pop star Perry previously said that she had no plans to discuss their relationship once they married.

“People have all these ideas about my relationship and my wedding and there is so much speculation. I’m not a traditional type of person in general but after we get married we’ve decided we’re not going to talk about the relationship.”

But Perry and Brand fans got a glimpse of the couple’s traditional Hindu ceremony during her performance of “Not like the Movies” at the Grammy Awards in February, when footage from the weddings was broadcast on screens behind her.

Katy Perry, who recently suffered a bout of food poisoning, is currently on her California Dreams world tour, while Brand is filming his new movie Rock of Ages in Miami. However, Perry has stressed they are currently separated solely for work reasons and that their marriage is fine, thanks very much.

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