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Mayer, Perry ‘definitely back together’

Published 21/09/2015

John Mayer and Katy Perry
John Mayer and Katy Perry

Katy Perry has supposedly rekindled her notoriously on-off romance with fellow musician John Mayer, as they were seen getting close at a weekend wedding.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - John Mayer and Katy Perry reportedly “held hands” in public over the weekend.

Girls star Allison Williams married technology entrepreneur Ricky Van Veen in Wyoming on Saturday.

John and Katy were in attendance at the nuptials and according to onlookers their behaviour at the event made it clear they are “definitely back together”.

"John and Katy looked happy," a source told People magazine. "They held hands and sat next to each other during the wedding ceremony."

It’s claimed the couple travelled to the wedding in separate private planes.

Katy and John were first romantically linked in 2012. Their love affair was on and off from the outset.

John has a reputation for being a ladies’ man, as he dated Jennifer Aniston, Taylor Swift and Jessica Simpson in the past.

And it’s believed his wandering eye has always been a bone of contention for Katy.

Despite potential cheating on John’s part, it’s claimed the Teenage Dream songstress remains emotionally connected.

Earlier this year speculation emerged suggesting she flirts with other men just to make John jealous.

"She wanted to play John at his own game. Katy's been in a state of constant jealousy during their on/off relationship, and wanted to give him a taste of his own medicine," an insider told British magazine Grazia previously. "When they got back together, John promised that things would be different this time, so she agreed to give him another chance, but rumours of his philandering continue. She decided that if he's not going to fully commit, neither will she. Her hope was that if John saw her socialising with other men, he'd see what he stands to lose."

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