Katy Perry Debuts Her Bare Baby Bump While Dancing for Orlando Bloom

Katy Perry may just be weeks away from welcoming her first child with Orlando Bloom, but she can still bust a serious move. 

The pop star, 8 ½ months pregnant with a baby girl, had the opportunity to show off her skills—as well as her baby bump—after Bloom challenged her to dance to the beat of "Push The Feeling On" by Nightcrawlers. 

On August 7,  Bloom shared an Instagram video in which Perry appears to be dozing off in the front seat. “Honey, what day is it,” her fiancé asks, before playing the popular song. Perry then gets out of the car, lifts her shirt and dances next to the vehicle as Bloom continues to drive (slowly) forward. 

Bloom can be heard laughing throughout the whole video and at one point, Perry jokingly leans over and clutches her stomach. Watch the clip for yourself below:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDnCfVbJvuN” data-instgrm-version=”8″>This video comes one day after Perry called herself a "poopedstar" in a light-hearted Instagram post that shows the mom-to-be lounging in a grey hoodie and yoga pants while shopping for baby supplies. She even cheekily tagged the location as "I’ve Had It."

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDknT3SHug2″ data-instgrm-version=”8″>Earlier this month, Katy Perry opened up to People about her journey to motherhood, admitting that she was "terrified" of the idea of having a child "two or three" years ago, but now she's looking forward to the "unconditional love" she'll feel from her baby.

"It was just like, I don't know how I'm ever gonna [have a child]. That's crazy. I can barely take care of myself!" Perry explained. "I'm really glad that I got to check off a lot of boxes personally and professionally before I got to this place."

As for whether she thinks her baby girl will grow up loving the arts like her and Bloom, Perry said she has absolutely no expectations.

"She has two very ambitious, loud, independent, free-thinking parents, so it's gonna rub off. Or maybe she's gonna completely revolt and be in the corner, very shy bookworm," she said. "We're just here to support her, and I'm sure she's just here to teach us a lesson!"

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