Katy Perry plans to deliver a free concert and, one day, babies
Katy Perry wants babies. Little Katy and Russell babies. Unless the first one hurts too much, in which case there will be just the one little Katy or Russell.
"If it doesn't hurt the first time," a bouncy Perry told Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show Friday, "I'll keep poppin' em out!"
DeGeneres broke sad news to Mrs. Russell Brand: "Word around town is, it hurts."
"I'm not sure it's yet" time to start poppin', the pop star said, adding that having a family was a big point of getting married and that she thought Russell would be a good partner in that undertaking.
To mark the occasion, Ellen gave the couple a semi-traditional firs -anniversary gift: a cupcake-covered clock in the rainbow hues Perry is known for. It was also a cuckoo clock — with Brand's mug where the cuckoo should be.
"Oh, it's Russell!" Perry chirped when she saw the custom addition. "That is a beautiful gift, and he's perfect to be the cuckoo."
Gee, ya think?
Perry had a gift of her own to deliver Friday, via Twitter, for fans who can make it to L.A. later this month: A free concert Nov. 23 at Staples Center, tagged on the end of her California Dreams World Tour.
There's a code involved to get up to four tickets to the "Katy Perry Gives Back" show; info is available on her Facebook page.
Photo: Katy Perry, center, performs in concert during the Pepsi Music festival in Buenos Aires in September. Photo credit: Victor R. Caivano, Associated Press.