The Best Uses of Charlie Puth Songs in Movies or TV

Some people might look at Charlie Puth’s life and say “aw, poor guy” while others would no doubt empathize with him since the act of becoming famous does seem to mean that your privacy and personal life kind of go out the window. But despite that he was trained from a young age how to appreciate and play music by his mother, who has been into music for many a year as well. Charlie unfortunately was the subject of a great deal of bullying in his school years as well and has carried that kind of trauma into his adult years as he does suffer from anxiety every so often. The scar you see on his eyebrow isn’t a lifestyle choice either, it was given when he suffered a nearly fatal dog attack when he was much, much younger. So to say that he hasn’t had the easiest life is more than fair.

Here are some of his songs as they’ve appeared in movies and TV.

5. Teen Choice Awards 2016 – We Don’t Talk Anymore

Charlie has become quite the sensation in the last several years since he has a great voice and a stage presence that many people admire and want to pay to see. His sales have been going up and up since he started and to say that he’s been successful is putting it very mildly since people flock to his concerts and to buy his albums. Whatever anxiety his fame causes him though is usually taken care of by his need to put it into words and melody as much as he can. This might seem like an odd form of therapy to some people, but quite honestly if it works then it’s probably one of the easiest ways for him to calm down.

4. Charlie Puth – Marvin Gaye

Book Club is about way more than just a book club that four older women have used as a means to stay friends for so long. The books they pick up, the Fifty Shades series, give them a wake up call of sorts that excites them and makes them want to go out and see what life still has to offer, but it’s more of a support device than anything. In truth these women are trying to deal with their own intimacy issues in their own lives and in some ways they manage to find out just what’s going on and why they can’t seem to stay happy with their situation. By then end of the movie however they each find that all they have to do is try, and they’ll find happiness in some way.

3. Supergirl – One Call Away

Some might say that Supergirl doesn’t need her cousin Superman, others might say that she does because Superman is just that awesome. In truth the two of them need each other since they’re both from a world that no longer exists and in that respect they’re each other’s support group. While they both possess a very similar power set their mindset is still different enough that pitting them together to solve a problem seems as though it would yield better results than allowing them to take on a situation independently of each other. It’s her show without a doubt, but Superman is still a part of her universe.

2. Penguins of Madagascar – Celebrate

It really seems like these guys were just a group of extras for the Madagascar movies, but kind of like the minions from Despicable Me they grew on people enough that they finally got their own movie. It’s nothing short of hilarity when they get kidnapped by an octopus named Dave that intends to mutate all the penguins in the world since he’s suffered the humiliation of being kicked out of so many zoos because of penguins. It’s kind of an odd story line but it does offer up a lot of laughs and some interesting characters along the way that people may or may not remember at this point.

1. Furious 7 – See You Again

This song took on a lot more meaning after the passing of Paul Walker. Furious 7 was the last film he was seen in, and there was a deep emotional connection between him and the rest of the cast that went beyond just being costars. The cast was devastated when it was announced that Walker had perished in an accident, and no one could escape the irony of it since after all his character had been through he passed away in a car accident. Of course there attempts to figure out just what happened and of course there were people that took it too far and thought that something was wrong at the time of the crash. But thankfully a lot of people were cool enough to accept that it happened and it was time to mourn instead of point fingers at anyone.

Charlie Puth really knows how to put feeling into his songs.

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