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Teehee!

No matter whether you're onboard with this whole romance between pop star Katy Perry and singer-songwriter John Mayer, you're sure to gag on the sappiness of this news.

As we reported on August 12, A Katy-John duet, titled "Who You Love," appears on his new album, Paradise Valley. But now Nicole Ryan of Sirius XM has noticed a certain giggle Katy emits on the track and asked Katy on her show, "The Morning Mash Up," if it resulted from her messing up or perhaps from John tickling her. Nope and nope.

"I think that’s just a love giggle," Katy reveals. "It’s like the ones that Mariah Carey had in 1990 and stuff like that. I think I was going for that. I think I was just so happy … Yeah, it’s very humanizing. It’s like the real moment. You’re catching the real moment there."

OK, so it's a "real moment," and yet she was "going for" a certain Careyeque titter? We're confused.

In any case, the song is embedded below, so you can hear the incriminating laugh for yourself. (If you don't want to wade through the entire track, just fast forward to the end.)

Source: SiriusXM on YouTube


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