Vancouver Radio Host Wants Credit For Inspiring Katy Perry’s Baby Name

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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom

 

Her name is Daisy Bloom, and he may have suggested it some months ago.

 

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August 29, 2020

Inspiration is a fickle thing. It rarely arrives when you need it to — surely Jack Torrance from The Shining (1980), who embodies the absolute horror of writer’s block, could attest to that — and when it finally does, you might not quite be sure where the idea came from. Did it spring from the mysterious depths of your imagination? Or might it have been planted there by someone else?

Well, it seems a Canadian radio host believes he planted a seed of inspiration in the mind of a very famous pop star — not for a lyric or a melody, but for… the name of her baby girl.

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom just welcomed their first child together into the world. They announced her birth on Wednesday. They also announced that their daughter’s name is Daisy, like the flower. Actually, her full name is Daisy Dove Bloom, and it was a while before the couple managed to settle on it, apparently. “Katy won the battle over the baby’s name,” an anonymous source recently told US Weekly. She liked Daisy, but he liked Fiona, because he thought it would work well with his 9-year-old son Flynn’s name.

Obviously, they settled on Katy’s choice, but a radio host from Vancouver is playfully demanding credit for it. He interviewed her two months ago for the Z95.3 radio station and, as the subject of Perry’s pregnancy came up, so did the subject of naming the baby.

“I’m thinking maybe Daisy,” Matt Sutton says in the interview, as though he’s been thinking about this for a while, “Daisy Bloom. Come on. Like, that’s gotta be on the list somewhere.”

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1 COMMENT

  1. Somebody needs to tell Matt that the having a role in a baby’s name is not impressive. That’s gamma and weak.
    Being the one who impregnates Katy Perry. Now that is impressive.

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