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Charlie Puth Was "Mortified" When Jimmy Fallon Exposed His 2003 Christmas Album

Not even Charlie Puth is safe from Jimmy Fallon's digging. During Tuesday night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the host went to great lengths to find some dirt on Puth . . . and by "dirt" we mean his middle school albums. The 28-year-old singer was shocked when Fallon mentioned that his career technically started around the holidays, and the look on his face spoke volumes. "OMG. No. Did you talk to my mom?" Puth asked, as Fallon revealed his Christmas past.

Yep, Have A Very Charlie Christmas was Puth's first album that he recorded in 2003 while he was in sixth grade. And just like 99 percent of our middle school memories, he did not want to relive it. "That is so embarrassing, I'm mortified," the singer said as Fallon exposed not one, but two of his past albums including the follow-up version, Have A Very Charlie Christmas II.

Considering Puth has had perfect pitch since he was four years old and has the vocal range to turn Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" into a Broadway song, there's no question that we'd listen to his Christmas covers. Now, someone please send us copies of Have A Very Charlie Christmas Volumes 1 and 2 ASAP.

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