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Katy Perry demonstrates her superpower as a new mom in a new Zoom session led by Jane Fonda, in which various celebrities showcase their workouts and advise viewers to do voting exercises this election season.
For a nearly two-minute 80s cut, Perry was joined by fiancé Orlando Bloom, as well as Kerry Washington, Amy Schumer, Shaquille O'Neal, Vanessa Hudgens, Ken Chon and Ashley Benson, where they all trained to the last drop of sweat for the realization. their right to vote.
While her boyfriend lifts weights in the gym, 35-year-old Perry cheerfully gnaws at a protein bar while looking in the mirror - but can later be seen with a breast pump as she looks over her shoulder and insists that those watching "pump up and … vote." …
In the very last shot, the singer, performer of the single Smile turns to 39-year-old Amy Schumer and jokes: "Amy … does your child have teeth?"
Perry urged her fans to "DOWNLOAD THE VOTE!" in the caption, acknowledging that while she and 43-year-old Bloom “have different views of what it means to be 'pumped up these days', her workout to feed her 5-week-old daughter, Daisy Dove, is definitely more difficult than it might seem at first view from the outside.
"Who can disagree that pumping is a sport … I would like to twist their nipples clockwise for a whole week ??" - she joked. “In any case, I will exercise my right to vote !!!! Especially if @ JaneFond tells me I should."
“In November we are getting in shape for the races of our lives, and #ExerciseThatVote is more important than ever,” continued hitmaker Roar. "Follow the link in my biography and check your registration status, because today the deadlines for state registration are over!"
Perry then directed her subscribers to a personalized link where they can check their registration status and, if necessary, begin the registration process.
Ever since Perry gave birth to her daughter Daisy, her first child, she has spoken frankly about the realities of motherhood in late August.
A few days after giving birth, she posted a picture of herself in a Medel breast pump bra and FridMom postpartum underwear in her post. She tagged the two brands' Instagram pages in her story before jokingly adding, "Hairstyles and makeup from: @exhaution."
Late last month, Perry tweeted that “being a mom is a full-time job,” continuing in the next post, “Part 2: When Mom Finally Returns to Work. It doesn't matter what profession she had previously - it's not like what she returned from after months of "vacation …" full time."
“Part 3: Call your mom and tell her you love and appreciate her and advocate paid family leave!” She added. In her last tweet, Katie wrote, "Part 4. I love my job."