Katy Perry and John Mayer engaged in a public display of affection at a friend’s wedding. The pair presented a romantic picture as they locked hands while witnessing the wedding ceremony of Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen.
The ‘Fireworks’ hitmaker and ‘Your Body is a Wonderland’ singer first started dating in June 2012 (soon after Perry’s divorce from Russell Brand) and their first breakup was reported in August of the same year. However, they reunited within two weeks of that first fight. According to Radaronline, the reason attributed for the split was that Katy Perry had a very busy schedule and Mayer was pushed down on the priority list.
They broke up with each other in February 2014 after being together for many months. But early this year, the couple was seen together on a double date with Ricky Van Veen and Allison Williams. They were again spotted together at the farewell concerts for the Grateful Dead in Chicago.
The last break-up of the celebrity couple happened in mid-July with no apparent reason given. However, it was known that this couple always made up with each other time and again.
The wedding ceremony at Wyoming was that of Allison Williams, Girls’ star and Ricky Van Veen, founder of College Humor. Other celebrities who attended the wedding included Andy Cohen, Bruce Springsteen, Lena Dunham and Tom Hanks with wife Rita Wilson, reported E!News. Jemima Kirke, Girls’ co-star and Mindy Kaling were also present at the wedding.
Katy Perry and John Mayer looked happy as they held hands and sat next to each other in the guests’ section.
John Mayer and Katy Perry are reportedly holding a long-time grudge against Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift. The ‘Teenage Girl’ singer purportedly insulted John Mayer in her number ‘Dear John’ and in retaliation John Mayer released his own song ‘Paper Doll’ referring to Taylor Swift.
However, John Mayer denied that his song was in reference to Swift, reported nemesis of his girlfriend, Katy Perry. He said to usmagazine.com, ‘I never said anything about it, but now I just go, ‘Look I can say the name Taylor Swift. She’s an artist. I’m an artist. Let’s just everybody stop’.