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Usher opened up about his "first celebrity kiss" with R&B singer Monica. He also said he regrets not dating Aaliyah.

During an appearance on E!'s Daily Pop on Tuesday, March 1, the R&B crooner said he regrets not dating the late R&B princess, Aaliyah.

"Somebody that I was really good friends with that I wish I would have taken more serious because she was a really close friend of mine for a small amount of time and we just kind of disconnected was Aaliyah. I think I would've dated Aaliyah and we just didn't get around to it. We just kind of talked but didn't do it."

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Aaliyah died in a plane crash in the Bahamas on August 25, 2001. She was 22.

The host asked Usher who he shared his first celebrity kiss with. He replied that his first celebrity kiss was with R&B singer Monica. According to Usher, she's a pretty good kisser.

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Usher dated Ben Vereen's daughter Karon Vereen when he was 15. She was a few years older than the boyish singer. Ironically, Ben was Usher's godfather.

Usher and Karon split after he turned 16 and dropped his self-titled debut album Usher (1994).

He went on to date a slew of starlets including Monica, Brandy Norwood, Karrine Steffans, Eisha Brightwell, Rozonda "Chili" Thomas, Melinda Santiago, Joy Bryant, Naomi Campbell, and more.

Usher shares two sons with his first wife, Tameka Raymond, and two children with life partner Jenn Goicoechea. He was also married to music executive Grace Miguel from 2015 until 2018.

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"Cheer" coach Monica Aldama broke her silence on the arrest of Jerry Harris on charges of child p0ornography. 21-year-old Harris was accused of sexually harassing twin boys, Charlie and Sam.

He was also sued for $1 million by the brothers who retained separate lawyers.

Harris was arrested this week and charged with one count of producing child pornography, according to Page Six.

He also admitted to receiving explicit photos and videos from at least 10-15 other minors, according to a complaint filed by the US Attorney’s Office in Chicago.

Aldama, who coached Harris on the Netflix cheerleading docuseries "Cheer," said, "My heart is shattered into a million pieces. I am devastated by this shocking, unexpected news."

She added, "Our children must be protected from abuse and exploitation, and I'm praying hard for the victims and everyone affected."

Aldama also asked that fans respect her privacy as her family "mourns during this heartbreaking time."

If convicted, Harris faces a minimum sentence of 15 years in prison and maximum of 30 years.