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An eyewitness spotted Katy and John, who reportedly ended their relationship again in March, holding hands during a dinner in Los Angeles on April 4.
Perry and Mayer have split again a few months after rekindling their relationship in January.
The 'Half of My Heart' singer confirms any thoughts that he's an ego maniac, but disputes suggestion that he is a womanizer.
The 'Your Body Is a Wonderland' hitmaker makes a cheeky comment about the 'Blank Space' singer, saying that she will avoid him at the Grammy Awards.
John Mayer and Mary J. Blige are among the artist pairings along with Chris Martin and Beck for the Music's Biggest Night on February 8.
Perry has been photographed getting cozy to Mayer and lays her head on his shoulder at a Super Bowl after party.
Drew Carey, Kunal Nayyar, Wayne Brady, Sean Hayes and many others are also billed to fill in as host on the CBS talk show before James Corden makes his debut.
The 'Paper Doll' singer comes up with an idea to have 'people nominate their friends, and they go through a series of evaluations to determine if they're actually funny or not.'
The 'Your Body Is a Wonderland' singer's ex-girlfriend Katy Perry is reportedly working on a song that's inspired by their break-up earlier this year.
The 'Your Body Is a Wonderland' hitmaker performed an acoustic version of Bey's hit single during his show in Adelaide, Australia, back in April.
The singer also announces that all proceeds from merchandise sales will go to relief aid for the April disaster that killed 268 people.
Katy Perry's ex-boyfriend turns the Ryan Tedder-penned song off Beyonce's latest chart-topping album into a slow-tempo acoustic jam during his concert in Adelaide, Australia.
According to a lawsuit launched by Mayer, a watch dealer called Robert Maron sold the singer $5 million in watches but seven of them are branded counterfeit by Rolex.
The high-profiled lovers were still seen together earlier this month but she has been traveling solo in the past few days.
John Legend, Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran and Stevie Wonder are also among performers at the event to celebrate 50 years since The Beatles' first performed on U.S. television.