John Mayer and Katy Perry gave their first joint interview to "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, December 17. Sitting with George Stephanopoulos, the rocker accidentally dropped an F-bomb when talking about his duet with his girlfriend, "Who You Love".
"I come in the studio and she plays stuff and I go," he said about recording the song in the studio, putting his hand over his mouth. "And then I'll hear a melody, cause she'll be writing something, I'll hear a melody and I'll be like, 'Don't! Don't!' She was f**king," he abruptly trailed off, apparently realizing the error.
Perry continued sharing, "Or he'll just pick up a guitar and play something," before Mayer added, "But I'll go, 'Come here, come here, come here, I sang this into my iPhone while you were in there, just check it out.' [And Katy says] 'Oh, I'll do that!' and I'm like 'OK, good, good good.' "
Mayer wasn't bleeped out during the broadcast as he caught himself toward the end of the F-bomb, but the word was edited out in the official online version of the interview. The couple premiered the music video for "Who You Love" on the ABC morning talk show and talked about their first date among other things during the interview.