Mayer chimed in: "I do all right." was "crazy" in bed. That's all I'll say," he said at the time. Did you ever say, ' I want to quit my life and just f—kin' snort you?
Guitar impresario and professional wandering minstrel John Mayer is single and ready for a relationship. reports that the playboy, whose dating history reads like an awards-show presenter lineup, made an appearance on Bravo's Mayer, who has dated Jennifer Love Hewitt, Minka Kelly, Jennifer Aniston, Taylor Swift, Jessica Simpson, and Katy Perry in the past, seemed genuinely excited at the prospect of getting back out there.
“I didn’t know if he was serious about me as I was about him.
I had run into John, who was in town making a record or something.
I'm single and I'm excited about the future.""I can get into it," Mayer said on WWHL. When you walk in a gay club with Andy Cohen, he is the Beyoncé of that club. I've seen celebrity and I've seen pull and I've seen clout, but you have not seen anything like Andy Cohen walking in."Cohen paid the "Gravity" singer the same compliment.
"Let me flip that around and say I've been to a couple straight bars with that one and I will reverse that equation," he said.
Mayer referenced his new song , which features lovelorn lyrics like, "I still keep your shampoo in my shower. And I know that you probably found yourself someone somewhere.
Perry went on to date Orlando Bloom (with whom she has since broken up), and Mayer's been focused on releasing new music, touring, and giving full-page shout-outs in In his segment with Cohen, Mayer also took some time out to compliment the host on his place in the gay pantheon.
Since he's been single, Mayer added that he's been hanging out with Cohen and that the two have been going to gay bars together."I can dig it. "Andy — you guys must know — Andy is the hottest thing going.
“In college, I would listen to your live recordings,” comedian Matthew Broussard told Mayer. That "you can be funny, while staying true to yourself as a cocky, pretentious douchebag.” Adding insult to injury, comedian Joe Dosch asked Mayer, “Don’t you have to go sing for a pair of Ugg boots?
“We knew some of the same people and had some friends in common,” the Grey’s Anatomy alum explained on The Late Late Show February 14.