Orlando Bloom looked like a proud stage mom watching Katy Perry at the DNC

Jul 29, 2016 at 12:15 p.m. ET
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Orlando Bloom might now officially be the cutest boyfriend of all time.

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Katy Perry performed at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, and as her leading man, he was in the audience to support her, but more than that, he was capturing every moment of her show in a video on his cellphone. He looked like a proud stage mom, but way, way sexier. According to the Daily Mail, he didn't miss even a moment of Perry's performance. So cute.

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Perry and Bloom have been dating since January when they were spotted cozying up to each other at a Golden Globes after-party. They've kept their relationship pretty private since then, but they definitely seem to be going strong — every time they are spotted out, they look super comfortable and happy with each other.

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Perry was at the DNC to perform a few of her hits, including "Roar," one of Hillary Clinton's campaign songs. Clinton was nominated to be the Democratic nominee for president at the convention on Tuesday. Perry has long been one of Clinton's biggest supporters, and during her sound check for her Thursday performance, she sported an "HRC" cap and wore an "I'm With Her" button on her Adidas tracksuit.

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Before Perry and Bloom started dating, he was married to supermodel Miranda Kerr. They share a 5-year-old son named Flynn. Perry was married to British actor and comedian Russell Brand from 2010 to 2012. Brand is also extremely active in politics.

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