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Katy Perry Hits Orlando Bloom With Mega-Prenup Demand

Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom Prenup

May. 27 2019, Updated 5:05 p.m. ET

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Katy Perry wants Orlando Bloom to put a ring on it ASAP — as long as he signs an ironclad prenup first!

They’re very much in love, and they plan to get hitched,” an insider told RadarOnline.com. “But Katy is insisting she wants to protect her millions in hard-earned assets.”

The A-list pair have dated on and off since early 2016, but now Bloom is not sure he wants to play Perry’s game of hardball.

“Frankly, he’s hurt by the whole thing! If Katy loves him so much, why’s she doing this?” said the insider.

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According to pals, the “Roar” singer’s spotty history with men prompted her prenup demand.

“Katy’s been burned before, and she’s not about to let it happen again!” a source snitched.

The pop songbird, 34, wed comic Russell Brand, an admitted drug and sex addict, in 2010 after a whirlwind four-month romance. But their quickie marriage blew up after just two years.

Perry’s rebound romance with another infamous bad boy, singer John Mayer, was a roller-coaster ride with three breakups before he ditched her for good in 2014.

“Katy doesn’t want to be a three-time loser at love,” said the insider. “She’s praying it’ll last with Orlando. But she’s playing it safe, too.”

Sources said Perry decided Bloom, 41, was the one at the One Love Malibu fundraiser for victims of the Woolsey Fire when she outbid fans to buy a date with him for $50,000.

“This man that I am dating and totally love and respect, he is literally a Malibu OG,” Perry gushed while putting the Pirates of the Caribbean stud up for auction.

“Katy realized then and there she didn’t want any other woman around Orlando,” the insider noted. “But she’s worth nearly $300 million. Given her bad track record with men, she’s not about to let anybody get her hands on that — not even Orlando!”

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