Katy Perry and John Mayer just released the video for their new duet, "Who You Love." The 29-year-old "Roar" singer and 36-year-old "Paper Doll" performer profess their love for each other in the song, and even ride a bull in the new clip.
According to People, the couple premiered the visual on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday.
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The song may be the third single off of Mayer's "Paradise Valley" album, but the video is full of surprises. The pair were joined by an unexpected costar in the clip. Directed by Sophie Muller, the video features Mayer, Perry and other duos riding a mechanical bull before shooting off confetti cannons.
Mayer, who wrapped up the winter leg of his tour in Brooklyn on Tuesday, explained the treatment for the fun and entertaining clip.
"We set the casting call up for real couples," said Mayer. "It's just so authentic - they were having a great time. There's nothing scripted in that video except putting the bull in the middle of the desert."
Perry thinks the she and Mayer came up with an appropriate concept for the clip.
"Relationships are kind of like riding a bull - you hold on for dear life," explained Perry. "Sometimes you get a little a little buck here and there, but you get back on."
Though the couple have declared their love using music, many engagement rumors have been surrounding them. But, for right now, the "Prism" performer and singer-songwriter isn't shy about just enjoying where she is in her relationship with Mayer.
"[John]'s just a fantastic partner," said Perry to Marie Claire recently. "I've been a fan of his for such a long time. He's got a brilliant, brilliant mind. It's a rad, mature relationship."
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