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Katy Perry and John Mayer Split: E! News Report

John Mayer and Katy Perry have reportedly split.

E! News reports the two ended their relationship within the last few days. A source tells E! that it was  Katy Perry, who called time on the couple's relationship, although no other information has been revealed.

The on-and-off couple has been dating since 2012. They even recorded a song together, "Who You Love," and there was recently rumors of an engagement when Katy was seen wearing a ring on Valentine's Day.


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  1. I am not surprised at all.that's how they all are,I just pity our own very celebs that have also choosen that kinda life for themselves too.

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  2. Dunno why i dont like this chick...found it hard to believe she use to be a part of the Jesus Culture group of artists

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