Meghan Trainor fury: Songstress ‘shades’ Charlie Puth over PDA that ‘shook the nation’ 7 years ago

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 16: Meghan Trainor attends The Voice UK 2019 photocall at The Soho Hotel on December 16, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images)

Meghan Trainor appears to have few regrets, aside from that heated kiss she shared with Charlie Puth at the 2015 American Music Awards. Was it that bad to share a smooth with the “Left and Right” singer?

On August 30, the singer took part in a TikTok craze in which users compare two items they love to one they despise. The 28-year-old mother listed having a No. 1 record and winning a Grammy as two of her favorite things before admitting she “isn’t so fond” of her intimate encounter with Puth, 30.

The video has already garnered 6 million views and counting, captioned:

“It was a wild 3 years #grammys #allaboutthatbass #amas.”

The unforgettable moment occurred nearly seven years ago when the duo finished playing their hit song “Marvin Gaye.”

Trainor, if you recall, wrapped her arms around Puth’s neck while he gripped her rear end for a 15-second passionate kiss. After the passionate kiss, many assumed they were a couple, but the “Attention” singer later told Ellen DeGeneres that the kiss was merely “a visual aesthetic for what the song represents.”

Returning to the present, Meghan Trainor has released an acoustic version of her latest hit, “Bad For Me,” featuring Teddy Swims. Swim’s vocal shift, as well as Trainor’s passionate vocals and the vulnerable lyrics about leaving a toxic relationship, add to the song’s emotional impact.

The accompanying video features the duo live in a recording studio with a pianist and guitarist. While paying homage to the original music video’s fanciful atmosphere, the setting allows listeners to hear the song in a new, more personal context.

Trainor announced earlier this summer that her awaited fourth studio album, “Takin’ It Back,” would be released on October 21 by Epic Records.

This time, she decided to revisit and modernize the signature sound she developed on her 2015 full-length debut, “Title.” She worked closely in her home studio with Gian Stone, Federico Vindver, Sean Douglas, and her younger brother, Justin Trainor, to create the album.

Musically, she weaves doo-wop and classic harmonies into one anthem after another, taking the listener on a journey through marriage, motherhood and achieving a new level of confidence.