Sounds Like John Mayer Kicked Katy Perry to the Curb Because She Had Too Much Baggage

12/9/2013 11:00 AM PST, by Sarah Taylor
In the latest issue of Marie ClaireKaty Perry did quite a bit of revealing (not unlike what she basically does every time she opens her mouth these days). This time, however, she revealed maybe a little bit more than she intended to when talking about her previous breakup with current boyfriend, John Mayer. Here's Katy on their last split: 

"I took a break from my boyfriend, not one that I wanted. It was like a splash of cold water to search inward on what was going on with me. That is what let me to this new  awakening, this realizing, If I don't do some self-love, I'm not going to be able to keep the love that I want. I still needed to deal with all of my ex-husband stuff. I hadn't. It's almost like if I kept talking about it, it would seem like I actually cared about it. I don't."

Does that just about dash your whole entire base of hope that it was John who was chasing Katy around like a lovesick puppy, and not the other way around? Because it sure doesn't sound to be the case, and the only thing perhaps worse than a super smart lady chasing after a smarmy douche and hoping for true love, is a super smart lady chasing after a smarmy douche who has a reputation of being a ladies' man, hoping for true love.  

Here are her final thoughts on her relationship with John:

"He's got a brilliant, brilliant mind. It's a rad, mature relationship."

Mm. All right, Katy. We'll take your word for it -- it's "rad" and "mature." OK. 

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899 days ago

The styling is hiddy.