John Mayer lovingly dedicates song to Katy Perry
John Mayer dedicates a love song to Katy Perry, stacking up more evidence that the two of them have rekindled their romance.
The evidence just keeps on stacking higher and higher to prove that John Mayer and Katy Perry are
indeed a couple again. Not too long after talking to Vogue about the insanely cruel way she was dumped by ex-husband Russell Brand, Perry was spotted cuddling with Mayer at a hotel in New York.
Then, on the Fourth of July, Perry posted a photo on Instagram that showed the two of them snuggling backstage before a big holiday concert.
So far, Mayer has kept mostly quiet about any possible reconciliation with his on-again-off-again girlfriend Perry. He recently responded to speculations that his song "Paper Doll" was about Taylor Swift — with a non-answer that didn't reveal much of anything — but he didn't say a peep about what (if anything) was happening between him and Perry.
Well, all of that changed over the weekend. MTV News reports that Mayer ended his already emotional tour-opening show at Milwaukee's Marcus Amphitheater on quite a high note. Mayer reportedly took a moment to dedicate the last song of his set, "A Face To Call Home," to none other than Perry, saying that she was his "face to call home."
In a comment to Rolling Stone, Mayer also reportedly talked this weekend about how important Perry was to his recovery after he underwent throat surgery last summer. "[She took the time] to continue to get to know me and love me," he said.
That certainly sounds like a man who's beginning to realize that he's in love with someone... again. Between the hand-holding, the cuddly photos and now the love-song dedications, is there really any doubt that Perry and Mayer are a couple again? All that's left now is for the two of them to finally acknowledge it openly.
Come on, guys, 'fess up!