These two got the fever. Baby fever, that is.
Russell Brand is truly a reformed bad boy, because he recently revealed that he's ready to be a family man.
When TV host Ellen DeGeneres asked whether he and his pop star wife are planning a family, Russell replied: "I would like one. I love those little babies in the beginning. They’re so lovely in that bit. Me and Katy are godparents to two twin boys. They’re called Sam and Donovan."
And Katy wonders why we all think her In-N-Out bump is a baby bump.
Russell jokes that at first, he wasn't that impressed with Sam or Donovan:
"At first they were boring. They were just essentially little fluid factories, generating fluids - no regard for what I was wearing."
Babies are so rude.
“Now, they are interesting," Russell continued. "They smile and look at me and wonder - I’m just observing them like I’m a scientist.”
Russell and Katy married in 2010, and he might not be a dad yet, but he takes his role as godfather seriously and says he's responsible for the "spiritual growth" of the kids.
"I can learn from them. Me and Katy are their godparents, which means we’re responsible for their spiritual growth. Should be interesting.”
Katy recently shot down rumors that she was pregnant, saying that she just likes to eat a lot of unhealthy food and if you want to make that pregnant, then that's your problem, buddy.
And then, apparently, there were rumors that these two were planning a divorce, too. But the two have both said that's not true, either. DeGeneres told Brand about the rumors and he responded:
"What? She should've told me!"
He then added:
"Yeah, there are always rumors, aren't there? In the end you have to just not engage with Internet technology, which is difficult because a lot of the nude women websites I quite enjoy."
"But they've had to go," Brand continued. "I've treated the whole Internet now like it's a wicked little liar."
And for the record, the marriage is in tact.
"Yeah. I am really happily married."
Russell might have made a name for himself as a drugged-up bad boy, but Perry has somehow turned him into a devoted husband:
"Being famous is like a little bit of you is taken away and goes off and lives on it's own and does what it wants. I wish it would do more interesting things." He adds that he is "married to Katy. Perpetually, until death do us part was the pledge. I'm still alive."