ROLL CALL: Katy Perry Celebrates With John Mayer On His 35th Birthday

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

The One That Didn’t Get Away: Despite initial reports that Katy Perry and John Mayer split after a brief fling, it appears the chart-topping pair are still singing each other’s praises. Katy, in a floral print dress, and John, in a bow-tie denim jacket combo, were spotted in New York City on Tuesday night at Freeman’s, where they celebrated the rocker’s 35th birthday. The on-again, off-again couple was spotted numerous times over the weekend in New York City, following John’s private concert at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square.

Kim Kardashian Is Doing Our Job For Us: When Kim Kardashian writes, “Ok, ok, I am putting myself on the worst dress list for this outfit! I wanted a little color while I’m living in Miami, so my intentions were good, but the cut isn’t for me! You definitely need to be taller and thinner to pull this jacket style off!” we can take the day off! Kim, if you ever want to guest edit Roll Call, let us know!

Destiny’s Child Reunion At Super Bowl?!?!: There are so many options about what Beyonce might do during her halftime performance at the Super Bowl in February, and MTV News has few suggestions. We’re definitely onboard for a Destiny’s Child reunion and would love to see hubby Jay-Z and B work out a Super Bowl rendition of “Crazy in Love.” Check out more halftime ideas for Beyonce, HERE!

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Van Halen Vs… One Direction?: In music feud news we could have never predicted, it appears Wolfgang Van Halen, bass player for Van Halen and son of Eddie Van Halen, is not a fan of British boy banders One Direction. He claimed on Twitter that the young British insulted him and then went on label the boys “d***heads” We admire Wolfgang’s bravery, but does he not know the power of millions of enraged 1D fans?!? Check out the drama, HERE!

-- Jesse Spero

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