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Katy Perry Seeking Russell Brand Reunion?



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Katy Perry is apparently trying to save her marriage to Russell Brand.

The former couple split in December, but now they have agreed to meet in Los Angeles. It will be the first time they have met up since announcing their divorce.

The pair will discuss the details of their separation, although Perry apparently wants to try and salvage the relationship. Removal trucks have been seen taking Russell’s things out of the house they lived in and into a new place that he is renting.

After the divorce announcement, Russell returned to his native London. But now he is back in Los Angeles for the Golden Globes awards ceremony. It was an ideal opportunity to meet.

Friends say that Russell is determined to move on but Katy says she is still in love with him and she still has hopes they might get back together. She is doing OK under the ­circumstances, but this has been tough on her.

The Teenage Dream star is now reportedly staying at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where she is being comforted by parents Keith and Mary Hudson, while Brand has moved into a multi-million dollar bachelor pad.

Keith and Mary have also been reaching out to Russell and sent him a text telling him he is in their thoughts and that they love him.

Pastor Paul Endrei, a close friend of Perry’s parents, has denied claims that they wanted to set their daughter up with Christian Denver Broncos NFL star Tim Tebow, saying there is “no way” the star would start dating before her divorce is finalized.

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