Selena Gomez and Charlie Puth are heading out on tour.
Puth hinted that he was partnering up with Gomez as she hits the road later this year, teasing to E!'s Live From the Red Carpet host Ryan Seacrest at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards on February 15 that the two are about to tour together.
"I'm touring with [Selena] a little bit," Charlie confirmed on the Grammy red carpet, teasing to Seacrest that he and Gomez "have a couple of surprises up [their] sleeves."
Although Puth didn't explicitly confirm just what their "little bit" of touring entails, Selena Gomez is currently set to hit the road in May as she embarks on her "Revival" tour, which currently has 42 stops scheduled around North America, according to Billboard.
Notably, Selena Gomez is yet to officially announce who will be opening for her when she head out on tour later this year, suggesting Charlie Puth may, in fact, be Gomez's opening act.Puth made the big Selena confession after Seacrest quizzed the "See You Again" singer on why he didn't walk the red carpet with Gomez, to which he replied, "I think she's coming tonight... I think she's with Taylor [Swift]."
Charlie also recalled how he teamed up with Selena on the track "We Don't Talk Anymore" on the Grammy red carpet, where he told the American Idol host that the process was "crazy" and very last minute.
"It was crazy, it was the night before my album had to be submitted to the record label and I didn't have a studio set up," Puth revealed. "I literally held a microphone up, this girl [Selena], so talented, just came in a couple of hours before we submitted the album, sang the part added harmonies and she added so much to the record. I'm so happy I collaborated with her."
But the Grammy red carpet wasn't the first time Charlie Puth has gushed about teaming up with Selena Gomez.
Speaking out about Selena and their collaboration on "We Don't Talk Anymore" to Metro earlier this month, Puth revealed that he felt Gomez was a good fit for the break-up song following her very public tumultuous romance with Justin Bieber.
"I think it fits so well for her to be on [the song] because everyone knows what she went through," Charlie said of Selena at the time. "I think everyone has had those relationships where you're obsessed with that one person, but then you break it off peacefully, but it's changed," Charlie continued.
Adding that his and Selena's duet is "heartbreaking," Charlie also told Metro that the song is "basically the conversation a month after that type of breakup."Puth also gushed about Selena Gomez to MTV News in December, where he admitted that he "got chills" when he heard Selena sing their duet for the first time.
"I met up with Selena, and she went through a very public relationship, on and off, and she could just relate to the song and the lyrical sentiment," Charlie revealed. "I was playing the song for her, and she just started singing the second verse. I got chills. I was like, 'Oh my gosh, that sounds so real. You need to sing on it.' And she said yes."
But while Charlie and Selena are singing each other's praises, that doesn't mean the two will be making their platonic relationship anything more when they head out on tour.
Selena spoke out against rumors she was getting cozy with Puth to E! Online last month, telling the site, "[W]e're not dating. That's for sure!"[Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images for NARAS & Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images]