John Mayer is a douchebag. But in a surprisingly non-douchebag move, he's going to stop Tweeting every five seconds. Dude actually deleted his account.

The 32-year-old singer had more than 3.7 million followers.

Posted in: Twitter

Having taken a break from talking about balling Jessica Simpson and such, John Mayer ended his self-imposed silence to share his thoughts on ... Twitter.

At ASCAP's 2010 "I Create Music" Expo, the singer admits he has been wrangling with a really tough decision concerning the microblogging site lately.

Posted in: Twitter

John Mayer may be a douchebag who Googles himself 24/7 and is way too obsessed with Twitter and what people think of him, but we give him credit here.

In addressing one of the recent rumors about him in the celebrity gossip world (while conveniently ignoring another), Johnny posted the following Tweets ...

Posted in: Twitter

Ever wonder what your favorite celebrities, or John Mayer for that matter, are thinking right this second? Well, thanks to the marvelous invention known as Twitter, you can wonder no longer - just subscribe to their innermost thoughts.

You can start your Friday off with some inspirational words from Diddy, for example. He aims to motivate and carry you throughout your day, wherever it may lead:

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John Mayer being a Grade A premium douchebag would seem to be reason enough for him to get dumped by goddess Jennifer Aniston, but the UK edition of Star is claiming there was a more specific reason for the couple's recent breakup.

In its new issue, the magazine claims Jen was riled by John’s near-constant updating of his Twitter page when he also claimed he was too busy to call her.

Posted in: Jennifer Aniston

John Mayer Biography

John Mayer With Long Hair
John Mayer is a singer, songwriter, guitar player and Grade A douchebag hailing from Connecticut. The cheesy musician has become a major... More »
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Full Name
John Clayton Mayer

John Mayer Quotes

The feathered cut projects an attitude of ease and quiet confidence that seems to have all but eluded our generation. This is a work in progress, and as my hair grows longer it will serve to become a more stirring and poignant statement.

John Mayer [on haircut]

To adults who will vote for him, Barack Obama represents a return to prosperity. To the youth, he represents an introduction to it.

John Mayer