Charlie Puth is a lucky guy.
Granted, Meghan told us that the kiss on the set of the video for their duet, "Marvin Gaye," was a little "awkward," but it wasn't because the lip-lock was bad -- it's just that it happened in front of Charlie's parents, whom she had never met before.
But when we caught up with Charlie, he wasn't too concerned about his parents. Meghan seemed to know what she was doing.
"The word 'awkward' never came to mind because Meghan's a very good kisser so I knew it wouldn't be any problem there or anything like that. I have no problem kissing people in front of other people, but my parents, I'm like, that's a doozy. Let's see how this works itself out," he said. "And then we had to do it five times, different angles, different lighting. They are like, let's move this light over here. OK sure, and my parents were in the other room and I walked in like 'Hello."
And while it may have been a bit uncomfortable to see his parents in that moment, he didn't mind because they are "cool as hell."
Meghan and Charlie will soon be spending a lot more time together since he is joining her as an opening act on her MTrain Tour, which kicks off July 3 in his home state of New Jersey.
No word if they will recreate their kiss on stage, but chances are you will see them performing "Marvin Gaye," which is featured on his just-released EP Some Type Of Love. It's a collaboration that was sparked by a chance meeting at a party.
"I met Meghan at a party and we are showing each other new music.... [and I play her] a very early demo version [of 'Marvin Gaye'] and she says 'What was that song?' She's like 'OK I need to sing that'..." he recalled before admitting that he didn't believe her at first. "I'm shocked and just thought she was being nice, but she texted me right after and was like 'By the way I'm serious' and I was like 'OK' and the next day she was like 'I'm still serious,' so there she goes and cuts her part perfectly, one take, no mistake and wraps it up and wow."