You love who you love, regardless of gender, skin color or religion. That should be the governing principle of life in general -- but it's most certainly the case in the song and video for the John Mayer and Katy Perry duet 'Who You Love.'
Katy Perry and John Mayer are getting super serious, but as anyone who's followed their tumultuous relationship knows, they've had quite afewupsanddowns -- including quite a fewsplits -- in between. Thankfully, though, those are behind them ... and they even inspired Perry's smash hit, 'Roar.'
John Mayer loves Katy Perry -- and he also loves her massive new single, 'Roar.' The 'Paradise Valley' crooner couldn't stop bragging about his lady love's new song, as well as his collaboration with her, 'Who You Love.'
Katy Perry admitted to being madly in love with John Mayer in her Vogue cover story earlier this summer, despite being broken up at the time. They were seemingly reunited on Fourth of July and now, they get romantic on the song 'Who You Love,' a slow-burning, 'early '80s-inspired soft rock duet.
However, the charming singer made a comeback this morning (July 5) on NBC’s ‘TODAY,’ where he performed a few songs on the scenic outdoor stage and filled us in on his recovery from his vocal cord procedures.
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