Don’t worry, guys, Katy Perry isn’t going anywhere anytime soon! The songstress recently assured fans that she has no plans to quit music in the near future, even after becoming a mom.

“Yeah, music, I’m never quitting that just because I’m going to be a mom,” the 35-year-old said during a recent Instagram Live stream, which was screen recorded and reposted by fans.

For those who missed it, this admission came just days after the “Teenage Dream” singer seemingly hinted at an upcoming Las Vegas residency. During a Facebook Live video on April 12, the pop star was asked by a viewer, “Any chance you’re gonna consider doing a Vegas residency?” Instead of saying yes or no, Katy responded with a rather coy gesture.

“Hey Patrick,” she responded to the fan before giving a wink. “That one was for you.”

The clip went viral on social media, with some fans convinced that it meant there’s already a Las Vegas residency in the works.

As fans know, Katy is currently expecting her first child with Orlando Bloom. Back in March, the American Idol judge dropped the bombshell news that she was pregnant, when she released the music video for her new song “Never Worn White.” The video ended with Katy caressing her belly in a white dress before turning to the side to show off her growing baby bump. Afterwards, she confirmed the pregnancy during an Instagram live, admitting that it was “probably the longest secret” she has “ever had to keep.” She also revealed that her due date for her baby is sometime in the summer!

Shortly after the major announcement, the couple revealed the gender of their baby. As it turned out, they are expecting a baby girl! Katy shared the exciting news via Instagram on April 4, 2020, when she posted a snap of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor with pink cake smeared all over his face. “It’s a girl,” she captioned it, along with some pink hearts.

From music to babies, Katy has some pretty busy months ahead!

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