Katy Perry must be reeling after boyfriend John Mayer publically declared his love for her on stage, even dedicating one of his song’s to his “incredible” lady as he headlined his first solo show since undergoing throat surgery last year. Oh, the romance!
Katy and John broke up for the second time back in March, but seem to have made up in recent weeks as they’ve been spotted spending increasingly more time together.
The 28-year-old Part Of Me singer posted a patriotic picture on Instagram of her and her singer/songwriter beau cuddling backstage after John’s 4th of July holiday gig in Philidelphia just last week – with Katy wearing the stripes, and John wearing stars. Matching clothes already? They’ve only been back together five minutes!
The couple were later spotted enjoying a romantic dinner date at Il Murino restaurant in New York, and were also seen hanging out earlier in the week, ending rumours that Katy may have been dating pal Kristen Stewart‘s ex, Robert Pattinson. And now, John’s decided to make his feelings for his on/off lover known in a very public fashion.
At his Born and Raised World Tour gig in Wisconsin, the 35-year-old former ladies man praised Perry, who is said to have been in the audience, for her support during his recovery from surgery. “She was so patient”, he said. “(She took the time) to continue to get know me and love me.” He then dedicated the night’s final song, A Face To Call Home, to “Katy, who is my face to call home”.
Despite their split earlier this year, Katy first fuelled rumours she still had feelings for her ex John in a recent interview with Vogue. “I was madly in love with him”, she admitted. “I still am madly in love with him. All I can say about that relationship is that he’s got a beautiful mind. Beautiful mind, tortured soul. I do have to figure out why I am attracted to these broken birds.”
The on-again couple are now said to have spent the weekend kicking back in the posh Hamptons before John’s tour continues.
Aw. From the look of things, we’d say these two are firmly back in camp romance.
By Robyn Munson
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