Getty Images file photosThe new couple? Katy Perry and John Mayer were seen at a party over the weekend. Sources say the two were inseparable.

Katy and John are heating things up

Katy Perry and John Mayer are “definitely dating,” sources assure Life & Style magazine. The pop star and the singer-songwriter are said to have been inseparable over the weekend — including at an only-in-Hollywood house party featuring rented animals such as lemurs.

“They were standing on the terrace on the ground level and petting all the exotic animals,” a fellow reveler told the tabloid. “Katy and John never left each other’s side and were flirting and affectionate the entire time. Katy loved it!”

Though the former Mrs. Russell Brand had a fling with Robert Ackroyd of Florence + the Machine, “I’d say Katy’s more serious with John than she was with Robert,” a source opined. “Everyone knew they were coming together as a couple.”

And John’s rep for being a total tool to his famous girlfriends evidently doesn’t faze the “Firework” singer.
“Maybe he’s a changed man, but Katy likes bad boys,” the source noted. “I can’t imagine John’s changed that much.”

Yeah, we don’t see this ending well.

Demi Dating

Apparently Demi Moore has finally joined Ashton Kutcher in moving on from their failed marriage. While her ex is dating Mila Kunis, the “G.I. Jane” star has quietly struck up a romance with New Zealand-born actor Martin Henderson, Radar Online reports.

Together at a recent barbecue in Connecticut, the 49-year-old actress and her 37-year-old beau “just kept chatting and laughing,” a source relayed.

Look, Demi, you’re not going to make Ashton jealous with this dude. It’s just not going to happen.

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