Charlie Puth reveals how he lost his virginity at age 21 to a fan

Charlie Puth reveals how he lost his virginity at age 21 to a fan

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Cold and hard facts. Charlie Puth He opened up about his sexuality – and didn’t leave any details unmentioned.

The “We Don’t Talk Anymore” singer, 30, has revealed that he lost his virginity at the age of 21 in front of a fan who watched him perform at a small concert in Boston.

“This girl came up to me and said, ‘Can you sign my chest?'” I was, like, “I feel like a rock star.” I never saw her again,” the Bustle artist said in an interview published on Tuesday, May 31, adding wistfully, “She was beautiful, but she makes me sad sometimes because I wish she was the old version of me.” Like, “Hey, you might just want to make this a little more memorable. “

Sex isn’t just a topic that the “Cheating on You” songwriter (in songs like Light Switch) sings about or posts about (he’s known for his shirtless videos on TikTok and Instagram).

Puth discussed the topic seriously in an interview on Tuesday, sharing more about his early exploits. “First song ever [masturbated] He was the f-king of Maroon 5’s “This Love,” he divulged, adding, “Now I’m good friends with Adam Levine. [I told him] And he was like, “That’s really weird.”

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While the Grammy winner associates music with sex—”If I only take playing my music, I want people to almost be turned on by frequency,” high pitched Marvin Gaye singer told Bustle—he actually can’t. You listen to anything while doing this action.

“I will be analyzing the music playing in the background and I will start seeing the musical notes in my head and I won’t be able to complicate it,” Puth revealed. (In the port, the artist “mime[d] Erection” of his arm while discussing the topic.)

The New Jersey native, who has been linked to celebrities like Selena GomezAnd the Bella ThorneAnd the Halston wise And the Charlotte LawrenceIt was said previously us weekly He realizes that fans speculate about his personal life in his songs, admitting that they make sense.

He said, “It’s my fault.” we In February, while pointing out at the same time, “My best inspiration – if they’re musicians – would probably want to do the same. Put some real-life sentiment with the melody on top of it.” He added that his “favorite” messages from fans indicate that “my music has helped them through difficult times and may have taught them something musical.”

However, the “See You Again” artist will have to be prepared for more love life rumors once his third album drops, Charlielater this year.

“I’m the most authentic ever and my voice is too. I produced this entire record so it would sound consistent. I wanted to push the limits,” he said. we About his next record. “I wanted to push the rhythm of things and I wanted to push the different sounds that I don’t think anyone uses on the road. I call it Charlie for this reason.”

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