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Charlie Puth is not opposed to cougars! In fact, he's actually into older women!
The singer totally showed it too, during a new interview with Access Hollywood! In a clip posted Thursday, the 24-year-old appeared to be flirting with hosts Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover, who are 44 and 46 respectively.
When the ladies commented that the New Jersey native is "so hot right now" — because his Selena Gomez collab We Don't Talk Anymore — is all over the radio, he smoothly replied:
"I'm hot right now? I don't know what to say. I'm flustered."
Plus, the songsmith couldn't contain his giggles when he was straight-up asked if he was flirting with the ladies.
He managed to dodge responding, thanks to a quick comment from Nat about his hair making her swoon. Oh boy! Then, before sliding closer to the TV personalities, the gorgeous guy asked:
Charlie and Selena's single is his second on the Billboard Hot 100 — but it's his first as a lead artist as he reached the Top 10 as a featured artist on Wiz Khalifa's See You Again off the Furious 7 soundtrack back in 2015.
While the the 24-year-old has honored the deceased actor in the past with his Furious tribute, the young singer is now actively attributing We Don't Talk Anymore's success to Paul, telling Billboard:
But, the new visual has us wondering if the sad lyrics actually reflect the New Jersey native's current relationship with the pop princess!
That's because Miz Gomez is nowhere to be seen in the creative clip!
Instead, the songsmith is heartbroken by a DIFFERENT brunette! To be fair, the gorgeous gal has been on tour for the past few months, so she probably couldn't make the filming schedule.
But, we have to admit the video is pretty cool, with or without Selly!
The production, directed by Phil Pinto, shows Charlie and his former flame going about their lives after a big breakup in some sentimental side-by-side shots… but it's clear that neither one is really over their relationship!
After all, we watch in agony as the exes start to text each other, only to delete their messages before hitting send! What's worse, is the lover on the other end can see the dreaded typing bubble!
If your heart can handle it, ch-ch-check out the vid (below)!
On Sunday night, Charlie took the stage at the TCAs to perform a slowed-down version of his hit, We Don't Talk Anymore. While Puth's vocals were on point as usual, we're not sure why he chose a less popular rendition of the song to show off.
Hmm… maybe the New Jersey native should get some pointers from Flo Rida for his next TCAs performance. Mr. Flo is an expert at bringing down the house, after all!
Despite the lackluster performance, the 24-year-old brought the sex appeal as usual. The teens were going absolutely CRAZY for Mr. Puth!
On a side note, what was going on with that homage to the Aha's iconic music video, Take On Me? The whole thing was kinda confusing, to be honest!
So, what did YOU make of Charlie's production?
What an emotional performance.
The soulful singer went on the popular morning program to perform his hit song See You Again, which originally appeared on the soundtrack of Furious 7 to remember Paul Walker.
Before he started the song, the 24-year-old explained to the show's cohosts that he'll be performing in honor of the victims of the horrific massacre, noting that keeping memories alive is what the track is all about:
"But like I always say, 'Your body dies, but your soul lives on.' Everyone's soul who was lost that day goes in through everybody else. That's what 'See You Again' is about. It's to help with everyone cope with a loss."
The New Jersey native performed the beautiful ballad as pictures of the people who lost their lives flashed across the screen in a moving montage.
Watch Charlie's touching tribute (below):
We feel your pain, Charlie Puth.
The See You Again singer was performing at a Saturday night concert in New York when he addressed Christina Grimmie's tragic death and paid respects to his friend over the tragedy.
Puth talked to the audience during a lull in his show, making things take a serious tone when he said:
"I was reading the news last night and heard that my good friend Christina Grimmie was killed, and I want to dedicate this song to her tonight. I've been upset about this all day, mainly because I just never got to say what I wanted to say to her, and I feel like this song perfectly captures that."
He sounds so heartbroken over it (below):