Champagne problems are not for the faint of heart. The song relates to a relationship aficionado that knows a thing or two about the finer things in life. Unlike most relationships, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom seem to be able to work it out, or at least recoup their losses.
"Champagne problems" isn't the only reason why this is the year's best album. Other highlights include "Tucked" and "Cry About It Later." There's also a black and white photo of the duo holding a baby to be, the first in the pop princess's repertoire.
"Champagne problems" isn't as big a deal as the other esoteric songs on the album. In fact, it's probably not the tiniest little secret in the universe. Still, it's one of the best examples of a true love - albeit a sexting - that's been aired in the media for years.
The song isn't even the tiniest little secret in Katy's world, which is impressive given she has been in the public eye for over a decade. Despite the media attention, she's maintained an amiable if somewhat taciturn attitude. She was a bit candid about the ups and downs of her engagement with Orlando, but it appears the love hasn't abdicated.
This isn't to say Katy hasn't had its fair share of hiccups, either. The duo have made it clear that they'd like to spend the rest of their lives together. They're a bonded pair, but it's still a long time in the making.