John Mayer and Katy Perry
Katy Perry and John Mayer have had their ups and downs, but they're reportedly back together. There's even talk that he may join her on stage at the Super Bowl Halftime Show, but nothing has been confirmed. While Perry is already reported to be having surprise guest Missy Elliott and special guest Lenny Kravitz appear on stage with her, it's hard to believe that John Mayer would fit in the mix. Nonetheless, a source has told Radar Online: Katy is definitely bringing John with her on Sunday and there were talks that the couple would do a duet. It was her idea. Katy was really trying to push for him coming on stage. She still is. Even so, Mayer is said to have turned Perry's offer down. When Perry and Mayer were first dating, the two worked together on the romantic song "Who You Love" and filmed a music video together. When interviewed about their music on MTV, Mayer couldn't stop singing her praises, saying there's a reason that she's such a megastar. Perry thought his answers were adorable and perfect responses for an amazing boyfriend.
Back Together Again?
Perry and Mayer have been romantically linked since 2012, but have had a rocky relationship full of break up rumors and engagement talk. Early last year, Perry and Mayer broke up and it seemed as if that was it for their relationship. Then, about a month ago, the two were spotted around Beverly Hills together. Mayer had been known as a heart-breaker in the past, spilling the beans on his relationships with Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Simpson in the past. But, his very public affinity for Perry seemed different. Right now, Perry has said she'd like to keep her personal relationships private, stating: In all my relationships, I've learned how I have to be more careful and that it's not up for public consumption. Nonetheless, an insider has told People that the two had missed each other and are very much in love.
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