John Mayer and Katy Perry are definitely dating again, if there were still any doubts. I know it's totally confusing keeping track of this on-again, off-again melodic relationship, but this time it's indisputable: they're officially an item once more. Not only did Perry post an Instagram of the officially on-again couple flaunting their most patriotic garb while holding onto one another, but Mayer also sang a love song for his main squeeze. Oh la la!
At the Marcus Amiptheatre in Milwaukee on his Born and Raised World Tour, Mayer romantically dedicated his last song of the night "A Face to Call Home" to everyone's favorite "California Gurl."
The 35-year-old musician gave Perry a shout-out for helping him in his time of need – Mayer grappled with vocal chord dilemmas, so he was on vocal rest for 20 months, according to People. He shared how Perry not only helped him communicate, but also stuck with him when they were far apart, even with shoddy cell reception and Internet connection. She's definitely the one if you can keep a connection while long distance without technology in this digital-dominated age!
Mayer went on to say, "I was still getting to know this girl and I wasn't going to be able to talk to her and she was more incredible than I ever thought."
And right before singing his first note, he dedicated to "Katy, who is my face to call home." Aw! What girl doesn't love a guy serenading her? Now we're just "Waiting on the World to Change" and other guys learn how to be quite as romantic!
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