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27 November 2012, 07:52
The 'I Kissed A Girl' singer and the pop/blues star are rumoured to be taking their relationship to the next stage.
Katy Perry and John Mayer are yet to confirm months of speculation that they are dating, but are already planning on moving in together, according to sources close to the couple.
The 'Firework' star is rumoured to have started dating the 35 year-old star shortly after finalising her divorce from British comedian Russell Brand and now look set to purchase a property together in Los Angeles.
"John and Katy have decided to give it a proper go and want to find a place in LA to share," the source told The Sun. "But lots of people are willing them to fail."
The insider revealed that the pair's relationship isn't always easy going, and there have been previous reports of the female star growing upset with John's inability to commit.
"They row a bit and have quite a turbulent up-and-down relationship, despite it only being a few months old," added the source. "Many of her friends are certain it will all end in tears."
They continued: "But that's brought them closer in a way. It's given them an 'us against the world' mentality."
John has previously dated the likes of Taylor Swift, Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Simpson.
In the past few months, the couple have been spotted on a string of dates, driving around LA and most recently - visiting Katy's home in Santa Barbara.
"They are together virtually every day," the source said. "They hang out at John's place, cooking, watching movies and playing music. They take the odd trip away but generally they're trying to keep it behind closed doors."
Talking about the proposed move, the insider added: "Despite what the cynics may think, she is looking forward to moving in with John and says she’s happier than she’s been in a very long time."
The 'I Kissed A Girl' singer is currently taking a break from her music before starting work on her third album and earlier this year said her next release would be a lot darker.