John Mayer is reportedly preparing to propose to Katy Perry in coming months, with reports claiming the singer is ready to settle down with the pop star.
Just weeks after the couple, who have dated on-and-off for one year, debuted their love song duet "Who You Love" sources claim the "Paper Doll" singer, 35, is ready for marriage. Mayer is rumored to be planning a Christmas proposal.
"John has been asking Katy's friends tons of questions, like what kind of engagement ring she would want and what the best way to propose would be," a source told Life&Style magazine.
"John wants to do something special, probably around the holidays," the source added. "There are a lot of options on the table. Nothing is ruled out. It could happen on a romantic getaway or during a family dinner."
The pair, who split in March before reconciling in July, has been photographed together publicly a lot more in recent months which has led to speculation that they are serious about their relationship this time around. Prior to their March split the singers would often duck and hide before paparazzi however this is no longer the case.
"She's changed his life forever. This is the most serious John has been about anyone and he wants to make it official," a source told the Daily Mail UK with another adding "Their romance is so strong — so it shouldn't be too long before he gets down on one knee."
Perry, 28, who was once married to British comedian Russell Brand, spoke candidly about her relationship with Mayer during a previous interview with Vogue magazine. The "Hot N Cold" singer professed her love for the "Say" singer despite their most recent split.
"I was madly in love with him. I still am madly in love with him. All I can say about that relationship is that he's got a beautiful mind," Perry told the July issue of Vogue regarding Mayer.
In July during his Born & Raised Tour in Milwaukee, Mayer gushed about Perry to the crowd. He has previously been linked to actress Jennifer Aniston and singer Jessica Simpson.
"[Katy's] more incredible than I ever thought," Mayer told the crowd according to RadarOnline.com.