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Romantic reunion for Perry, Mayer?

Katy Perry and John Mayer are rumoured to have rekindled their romance, after they were seen enjoying drinks in Los Angeles.

The pair joined Girls star Allison Williams and her fiance Ricky Van Veen at Hollywood hotspot Chateau Marmont on January 10.

"They seemed very comfortable together and kissed several times," an insider told E! News. "It was a cold night and they held hands and John pulled her in close when she got cold."

Saturday's date came after the singers, who called off their two-year on-off relationship in February 2014, reunited for a casual dinner at Sunset Tower together on January 8.

"They are definitely back together and seeing where it goes," the source added. "They have spent almost every night together this week."

Another source told People.com that the pair remained friends even after they broke up, saying: "They actually buried the hatchet a while back, and they are friends."

Katy and John started dating around August 2012, after the Firework singer's marriage to Russell Brand ended. Since they split, Katy has been linked with DJ-producer Diplo.

She hinted at the possible reasons behind the split in an interview with Harper's Bazaar, saying: "I had to learn about taking care of myself before I could take care of others. I want to mommy everyone. I want to take care of them. I want to save them, and I forget myself in the meantime. I learned that through therapy."

Meanwhile, Lenny Kravitz has been announced to join Katy during the Super Bowl halftime show on February 1.

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