Not like the movies: Katy Perry's divorce papers
Katy Perry and Russell Brand have filed their final divorce papers in a California court. Who got what in the split?
The paperwork basically turns back time to right before their December 2010 wedding, returning everything to where it was before the two wed in a lavish Indian ceremony.
Perry requested her legal name be restored to her maiden name of Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson. Brand turned down any claim to the $44 million his soon-to-be ex-wife made during their 14-month marriage.
Since the couple did not have a prenup, Brand, who made considerably less than the pop star during that time period, could have claimed 50 percent of her earnings. But the comedian doesn't want a cent of Katy's cash.
"This divorce is as amicable as it gets, and Russell was a mensch," a source told TMZ.
Katy is still living in the lavish mansion the couple bought together in Los Angeles.
Despite the sad and serious events of the day, the singer didn't sound too down when she posted on Twitter.
"Rise and shine and give God the glory! It's a BEAUTIFUL day!" wrote the minister's daughter.
A judge will sign off on the divorce on June 30, making it legal.