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'American Idol' mom Katy Perry shamed quits the show

'American Idol' mom Katy Perry shamed quits the show

Katy Perry, a judge on the hit singing competition show "American Idol," announced that she will be stepping down from the show after four seasons. The singer and new mother made the announcement on social media, citing her desire to focus on her family and her music career.

In a statement posted to Instagram, Perry thanked the show's producers, crew, and fellow judges for their support and friendship over the past four years. She also expressed her gratitude to the contestants, whom she called "the heart and soul of the show."

Perry's departure comes as a surprise to many fans of the show, who have come to know and love her for her energetic personality and insightful critiques of the contestants. The singer, who gave birth to her first child last year, has been open about the challenges of balancing her career and her family life.

"American Idol" has been a mainstay of television since its debut in 2002, launching the careers of countless musicians and becoming a cultural phenomenon in its own right. The show has seen its fair share of celebrity judges over the years, including Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Jennifer Lopez.

Perry's departure from the show leaves an opening on the judging panel, which has not yet been filled. However, fans are already speculating about who might be the next celebrity to join the show.

In other news, the United States and European Union have reached an agreement to end a long-running dispute over subsidies for the aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus. The agreement will suspend retaliatory tariffs that were imposed by both sides in response to the dispute, and will allow the two sides to focus on addressing the challenges of the global economy.

The dispute began more than a decade ago, when the United States accused the EU of providing illegal subsidies to Airbus, while the EU accused the US of doing the same for Boeing. The dispute led to billions of dollars in tariffs on a range of products, from whiskey to cheese.

The agreement is being hailed as a major victory for both sides, and is seen as a sign of renewed cooperation between the US and the EU. The two sides have had a strained relationship in recent years, particularly under the Trump administration.

Finally, in tech news, Apple has announced a major update to its popular iPhone operating system, iOS. The new update, iOS 15, will include a range of new features and improvements, including redesigned notifications, enhanced privacy controls, and improvements to the FaceTime video chat app.

One of the most notable changes in iOS 15 is the introduction of "Focus" mode, which allows users to customize their notifications and app preferences based on different activities, such as work or leisure time. The new update also includes a range of new tools to help users better manage their digital lives, including improved tracking of screen time and the ability to set limits on certain apps.

The new update is expected to be released in the fall, and will be available on all iPhones dating back to the iPhone 6s. Apple has also announced updates to its other operating systems, including iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS.

 

Katy Perry, a judge on the hit singing competition show "American Idol," announced that she will be stepping down from the show after four seasons. The singer and new mother made the announcement on social media, citing her desire to focus on her family and her music career.

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