When it comes to who John Mayer loves, a picture speaks louder than words.
The singer/songwriter recruited his girlfriend, Katy Perry, to join him in the cover art for their duet, "Who You Love."
Katy Perry and John Mayer have had a rocky relationship, but all seems to be swell on their new collaboration.
Perry, who released a new song of her own on Monday, joins Mayer on a mellow track called "Who You Love" from the singer songwriter's new album, "Paradise Valley."
John Mayer's "Born and Raised" tour got started over the weekend with a tribute to Katy Perry.
Although the on-again, off-again pair hinted in the spring that their coupling had come to an end, their recent PDA and matching Fourth of July outfits have suggested that they're at least on speaking terms.
That much became crystal clear on Saturday, when Mayer paused toward the end of his opening show in Milwaukee to tell the audience just how great his "Katy" has been.
Instead of writing a break-up song, as some tend to do, John Mayer opened up on his recent split with Katy Perry on Ellen DeGeneres' daytime talk show.
The host of "Ellen" gingerly raised the topic with 35-year-old Mayer, pointing out that it wasn't that long ago that she saw him hanging with Perry at the Grammy Awards.
After easing himself back into the spotlight in recent weeks, John Mayer is ready to hit the road.
The 35-year-old singer/songwriter revealed on Thursday that he's going to play more than 40 cities this summer, embarking on his first major concert tour in three years. According to Billboard, nearly all of the tour dates will be opened by "Idol" winner Phillip Phillips.
John Mayer sounded awfully happy with Katy Perry in recent interviews, but it would appear the pair have broken up once again.
"Multiple sources" told Us Weekly that their relationship has come to an end, at least for the time being. One loose-lipped acquaintance told the magazine that while "it's sad," "it's not over till it's over."
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