Meghan Trainor: I wrote a song called ‘marry me’ about my new boyfriend

Meghan Trainor is covering the new issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine. I’m ok with how they styled her, she looks 80s glam and there’s lots of cleavage, bright colors and lacy pushup bras showing in the photos, which you can see on Cosmo’s site. Her face looks strange to me on the cover though. It’s like they photoshopped her to look like Mamie Gummer. You see it too, right? Maybe they just resemble each other from certain angles. Anyway Meghan has been loved-up with a new boyfriend, an actor named Daryl Sabara whom she’s been seeing for nine months. Prior to that she was dating Nick Jonas’s assistant, Cory Andersen, but the two didn’t become Instagram-official or anything. Meghan is so serious about Daryl that she wrote a bunch of songs about him on her new album, which should be coming out soon. She released a track called “I’m a Lady” which was on the new Smurfs movie soundtrack. Here’s more of what she told Cosmo:

On her first date with boyfriend, actor Daryl Sabara:
We went on a double date — bowling and karaoke. He kissed me at the bowling alley. I told my security to step outside ‘cause I didn’t want to be watched. LOL. He was the best kisser ever. I know I’m really good at kissing, but I was shocked when he was.

On feeling sexy:
I never really felt sexy with guys before. No one expressed how they liked my body out loud in the bedroom until I met Daryl. He is obsessed with it — every inch. And that has improved my confidence more than even “Bass” did. He’s a champion, so we’re in heaven.

On being a young artist:
The benefit of being young is having time to learn and to fix things. We take notes after everything: pros and cons about things, what we will do differently next time, how did Beyoncé do it? That’s the question we always ask ourselves. [She’s] our god. I always say, “What would Beyoncé do?”

On how her next album will include songs about Sabara:

I wrote six songs on the road about him in front of his face. One is called “Marry Me.”

[From Cosmopolitan]

Meghan is just 23 years old! She seems a little young to be thinking about marriage, but I get it she’s in love. Given the lyrics of “Dear Future Husband,” about how accommodating a wife she’ll be, I don’t expect groundbreaking lyrics from this new song, but her music is catchy and I usually enjoy doing Zumba to it. In case you think Meghan is going to pull a Taylor and write songs when this relationship ends, she swears she would never do that. Also, it’s a bit TMI that she says her boyfriend is “obsessed” with her body, but I shudder to think what kind of interviews I would have been giving at 23 about my sex life. She probably thinks she’s being reserved.

Look at her cute dogs!

Sista sistaaa 🐻🐶 #BiggieandRoo

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  1. TheOtherOne says:

    She annoys me for some reason. Like her music is very poppy and she borrows from widely different genres, yet she wants to come off as a serious artist. But I know she is a credited song writer. Maybe she’ll find her niche and I’ll change my mind about her.

    • Michelle says:

      Slow clap here. I do not like her or her music. There’s just something about her that gets on my nerves. I hope she’s happy though and good luck to her.

  2. Sparkle says:

    She had ‘security’ on a date? Ok.

    • TheOtherOne says:

      Exactly. Would you recognize her at a bowling alley??

    • Brittney B says:

      To be fair, many female public figures have at least one stalker. She made a career out of her sex appeal, so I wouldn’t be surprised to learn she’s gotten worrying letters or calls, and cell phones make it even easier to track people these days. Credible security people wouldn’t publicize something like that, they’d just take the necessary steps to reduce the threat.

      We call out “divas” who think they need bodyguards… but in truth, we really have no idea what’s going on behind the scenes. I have a whole new perspective after reading The Gift of Fear, though. Maybe I’m being too generous, though.

  3. Brittney B says:

    …I do understand what it’s like to finally find a partner who admires your body. I was 22 when I met mine, too. If I’d had a public stage when we first started dating, I’d probably want to tell the world — in part to reward him, in part to shame previous partners who never once gave me a physical compliment.

    I’ve matured since then, obviously… and gained enough confidence to *not* need the world to know how my partner feels about me. But she’s still growing.

  4. Mel M says:

    “I know I’m really good at kissing, but I was shocked when he was.” Hahaha! Why? This is just funny to me that she said that seriously.

    Also, I got married when I was 23. 12 years this June and four kids later and we honestly are better then ever. It all depends on the two people involved not their age.

  5. Miss Grace Jones says:

    Is thid person really considered a big deal? I’ve only heard one of her songs by accident and hated it, and can’t find anyone who particularly likes her or doesn’t rib on her.

  6. Deanne says:

    She seems marriage obsessed. US magazine and other outlets had articles titled “What Meghan Trainor’s future husband needs to know” and so on , multiple times. It was weird because she was 19 at the time and seemed to be an ongoing theme for her. Obviously, it still is.

    • Daisy says:

      If she was a guy and wrote these songs most people would say it’s adorable.

      • Deanne says:

        Not me. Male or female, wanting to rush into marriage , especially when you’re young, isn’t adorable at all. If a guy was a teenager and talked about his future wife in every interview, I’d find it odd as well.

  7. Julie says:

    A friend of mine owned a salon in LA and I asked him who the rudest celeb was he’d worked with and without blinking he said Megan Trainor.

  8. Loo says:

    I don’t hate her but I find her to be thoroughly uninteresting in every way and I’m a big pop music fan but I do not like her music.

  9. Naddie says:

    She sounds really dumb. I’d give her a pass if she was 16.

  10. Nicole says:

    I find her annoying and her music to be nothing special.

  11. hannah89 says:

    Ugh. Another woman who is obsessed with marriage.

    They give us a bad name.

    • Vox says:

      I don’t think it’s fair to say they give women a bad name, but I’ll agree they do themselves no favors.