Katy Perry Rejects John Mayer's Marriage Proposal? Why 'Roar' Singer Doesn't Trust 'Born And Raised' Star Is Serious About Relationship [VIDEO]

By Stephanie Kristine Spencer September 3, 2013 12:32 PM EDT
Singer Katy Perry arrives at the 20th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, California February 26, 2012. (Photo: Reuters)
Singer Katy Perry arrives at the 20th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, California February 26, 2012. (Photo: Reuters)

John Mayer and Katy Perry have been a hot item for quite some time now, but it appears that the "Roar" songstress isn't quite ready to walk down the aisle again, as she has rejected Mayer's marriage proposal!

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Insiders report that the "Born and Raised" singer proposed to Perry last week in an attempt to show her that he was ready to make the ultimate commitment, but Perry turned him down because of her spotty romantic past and fairly recent divorce from comedian Russell Brand.

"John's proposal really unnerved Katy. Even though they have discussed it, she thought it was too soon," the source said.

"Katy loves John, but doesn't feel she has had enough healing time since her divorce," they continued. "She told him she just needed a bit more time to feel whole in herself again."

It is unclear how Mayer's rejected marriage proposal will affect the celebrity couple, who rekindled their romance in July after calling it quits in March. It did seem like things were going very well for the two love-birds, and Mayor even let it be known when he was kicking off his Born and Raised tour, where he dedicated his song "A Place To Call Home" to her.

Before performing the song, Mayer told the crowd about getting to know Perry while recovering from throat surgery, and recalled the singer's kind-hearted demeanor towards him while he was forced to remain silent.

"She would order for me ... and she would tell people, 'it's nice to meet you, he says,'" John told the crowd at the Milwaukee show. "When I was in Montana...with bad service ... she was so patient as to continue to get to know me and love me."

Do you think that Mayer is moving too fast? Leave a comment!

To watch the heartwarming speech from Mayer, click the video below!

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