Katy Perry and John Mayer Are Officially Back On: See Photos of the Couple at Disneyland!

On-again couple appear to have a great time at the happiest place on Earth

By Baker Machado, Lily Harrison May 26, 2015 7:00 PMTags
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Nothing says romance like visiting the Happiest Place on Earth!

Katy Perry and John Mayer turned heads during their visit to Disneyland over Memorial Day Weekend and rightfully so!

A source tells E! News that the two Grammy winners are most definitely back on and their recent outing was proof positive that they're happily coupled up.

The on-again couple was spotted riding some of the theme park's most famous rides throughout their trip and even stopped by ultra-exclusive eatery Club 33 for a bite to eat at night.

The singers weren't alone during their Disneyland outing, however, and brought along some of their closest pals to join in on the weekend festivities.

Mayer opted out of Space Mountain—roller coasters aren't for everyone, ya know—but Perry had her gal pals by her side during the ride.

According to onlookers, the group enjoyed hanging out in the park so much that they didn't leave until closing time—around midnight!

Of course, this isn't the first time that Mayer and Perry have been spotted together, just the first time that we've seen photographic proof!

The pair hit up L.A. hot spot Ysabel in early April with another couple and were acting very cozy with one another throughout the romantic meal.

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And while it's hard to keep up with their status (after all, they've been on and off for over a year), Perry has been nothing short of forthcoming about how she's approaching relationships these days.

"What I've learned is that if you don't have the foundation of self-love first, you really have nowhere to pull love from to give it away," the pop star recently told Harper's Bazaar.

"I had to learn about taking care of myself before I could take care of others. I want to mommy everyone. I want to take care of them. I want to save them, and I forget myself in the meantime. I learned that through therapy."