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Russell Brand Weighs in on Katy and John

It’s been just a short 7 months since Katy Perry and Russell Brand became legally divorced. The chaotic romance between the 37 year old comedian and 28 year old singer was all the talk of the tabloids. From their whirlwind romance, unconventional pairing, wedding, and subsequent divorce, these two never met a cover story they didn’t like.

After the split both Perry and Brand have been spotted playing the field, most noticeable Katy began seeing infamous womanizer John Mayer. Russell too had his fun, even dating a Spice Girl for a bit, and is reportedly romancing Demi Moore currently. Monday, February 4th, Russell visited Howard Stern on his Sirius XM radio show for a little chat.  The shock jock Stern did not disappoint his audience when he immediately began berating Brand with questions about his ex-wife. Us Weekly reports:

“What do you make of your ex-wife dating John Mayer?” Stern asked. “Doesn’t she know that he’s a worse womanizer than you?” Worse or better, depending on how you view it,” Brand joked, to which Stern replied, “He’s a better womanizer, then.” “Hold on, I resent that!” Brand said. “I’m world class!”

Never one to shy away from a comedic opportunity, Brand continued in this jokey manner, but refused to outwardly bash his former love.

“So help me God, Howard Stern, I will not compromise my ex-wife’s vagina for the sake of ratings!” Brand said. “That woman was perfect from top to bottom!”

Obviously Brand still has a lot of love for his former life partner. However, he says he’s ready to move on.  In regards to his rumored relationship with fellow divorcee Demi Moore, Brand claimed to be just friends for the time being.

“I really like her, she’s a beautiful person. I’ve not made love to her yet, Howard, but it’s a matter of time. That’s the sort of thing that’ll get in the newspaper.”

We’re glad he can keep a sense of humor about things, and keep it it somewhat classy for the sake of Katy.

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