Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom鈥檚 relationship has been heating up as of late 鈥 so much so, in fact, that they鈥檙e sparking major engagement talk 鈥 but one man apparently didn鈥檛 get the memo: The guy who thought he鈥檇 been dating the singer online for six years.

PHILADELPHIA, PA - JULY 28: Singer Katy Perry arrives on stage during the fourth day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center, July 28, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received the number of votes needed to secure the party's nomination. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Philadelphia, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media. The four-day Democratic National Convention kicked off July 25. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

In a recent episode of MTV鈥檚 Catfish, which sees victims of online dating identity fraud come face to face with their dupers, Spencer Morrill reached out to the show鈥檚 hosts Nev Schulman (who himself was once a 鈥渃atfish鈥 victim, prompting him to help others uncover their own cases) and Max Joseph to track 鈥淜aty鈥 down after she mysteriously disappeared on him.

While it seems to be a bit of a stretch, we can鈥檛 blame the guy entirely 鈥 celebrities such as Hilary Duff and Zac Efron HAVE been known to show up on a dating site or two in their day, and even Katy herself has admitted to using Tinder in the past!

Spencer was so convinced that his love with Katy was the real deal, in fact, that he even BOUGHT HER AN ENGAGEMENT RING.


Upon meeting Spencer, Nev and Max are skeptical, however, asking for evidence that his online lover is indeed the real Katy.

Spencer鈥檚 proof? Unreleased tracks (found to be YouTube links) and tidbits of information he鈥檚 been receiving from his online paramour that match up with Katy鈥檚 background and whereabouts (which Spencer has been fact-checking online).

As it turns out, his REAL online love is a young woman named Harriet living in Gloucester, who just so happens to be a KP super-fan.

Yet, even when Nev and Max present him with evidence that his online romance is a farce, Spencer refuses to believe it. His rationale? Katy Perry is very intelligent and using the young girl that he has actually been conversing with in order to 鈥渟urprise him.鈥

Poor guy 鈥 she really has him hooked!

Eventually, the duo is able to convince him that Katy, is, in fact, dating Orlando 鈥 and not him 鈥 thought not without one last 鈥渄ouble check.鈥

Check out the full episode here!

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(h/t Independent, photos via Alex Wong + Kevin Winter/Getty)