Singer John Mayer arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California Mario Anzuoni (REUTERS)
John Mayer thinks he’s from the list for some time, and he says that he is completely satisfied.
Mayer, who is out promoting his first in two years, “Love on the Weekend,” said with 95.5 FOOLISHNESS in New York, over the fact that out of the limelight for the last few years and feel very relaxed.
“It took me 15 years to mellow,” Mayer said on Tuesday Todd & Jayde in the Morning on 95.5 FOOLISHNESS. “Now that I have a kind of, and I know the value of one of my thoughts, and that is a lot lower than I thought it was when I was younger, I look to other [celebrities] and I say: ‘Hey, man, the power of you. Try a torch. Take it out while you can get it.'”
For Mayer, who lives on a ranch in Bozeman, Montana, says he does not need to be the “man” more.
“I have now to say: ‘I’m not,’ I just do it. There is a difference. People who are ‘it’ of ‘the’ will kill you. It will kill you if you find yourself to be ‘.” Meaning? “If you think that you are the star, like all the way down to your core, that you just created, from the stars to share, you will die.”
In his hey day, Mayer was linked to a bevy of beauties, from Jessica Simpson to Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Mika Kelly, and Jennifer Aniston, Mayer was as gossiped about as a rock star.
Mayer’s new attitude about his fame seems to have taken a turn to the stun.
“What I realize now is, I have a very fun job. I get cards that I get to wear around my neck that [allow me to] stay on the microphone and no one picks me,” he laughed. “And then the show is over, and I go home.”