Katy Perry's Ex Husband Russell Brand Enjoys Two Brunettes After Confessing He Would Try 'Thinking About Anyone Else' While Banging Former Wife
By Staff Writer | August 05, 2013 10:28 AM EDT
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After joking about his sex life with former wife, Katy Perry's ex-husband Russell Brand was spotted getting comfy with two brunette gals.
According to Entertainment Wise, following his warm up show last Wednesday at London's Soho Theater, the "Get Him To The Greek" comedian entertained a couple of dark-haired cuties at the theater's bar. Supposedly, after playing small talk, the trio vanished into a dressing room for nearly a half hour. The two ladies were witnessed leaving shortly after Russell's departure. What happened in the dressing room is unknown, but Splash News reported that the females were glowing upon their exit.
During the "Arthur" star's comedy show, one in a series of practice stand-ups in preparation for his Messiah Complex tour, he jokingly confessed the struggle of being married. He compared to being celibate like a monk.
"When you're a monk, you're not allowed to have sex with anyone," said Perry's former love, reported the NY Daily News. "When you're married, it's one person. That's one more than a monk. It's not that different."
Russell went further by implying he would habitually fantasized about other women win canoodling with the "Teenage Dream" artist between the sheets.
"I'd be having sex thinking, 'think of anyone, anyone else.'"
Katy, who is now taking another stab at John Mayer, told Vogue in a recent interview that she thought her past hubby was funny but not enough to make her the bud of his jokes.
"(He was) hysterical in some ways. Until he started making jokes about me," she said.
In the same interview, she revealed how she received the divorce text message from Russel just as she was about to go onstage. This moment was depicted in her 2012 biopic "Katy Perry: Part Of Me."
From the looks of it, Russell is in no rush to become a one woman man again. This year in an interview with Esquire Magazine, the funny-man confirmed that monogamy has been an ongoing battle.
"It's going to be hard if I go into a monogamous relationship [again]. I live a life where I have a lot of freedom, so if I meet someone and I go, ‘Right let's be monogamous,’ that's a f****** change."
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