[Charlie Worsham (left); photo by facebook|Christian Bale (right); photo by Getty Images/ Ian Gavan][/caption]

Charlie Worsham is hitting country music by storm with his new single "Could It Be" but "Could It Be" that he is a country music artist by day and wields a reinforced-black-latex suit by night, protecting Gotham City?

He certainly looks like a younger version of Christian Bale. All he has to do is shave the goatee, pack on a few pounds, celebrate about a dozen more birthdays,  grow a small mole on the left side of his nose and the Olsen twins (remember them) couldn't even tell them apart.

Lets be honest, being Batman isn't a walk in the park. It's extremely demanding. Especially since he can't rely on the luxury of superpowers like ahem... Superman, for example.

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Christian Bale (I mean, Bruce Wayne) is almost over the hill at 47. that puts him in second place as the oldest superhero. First place goes to Robert Downey Jr., (I mean, Tony Stark). He is 48 years old, making him the oldest superhero as Iron Man. His age sure doesn't show in any of his three movies. Of course, it doesn't hurt having a fully un-tethered, hydraulic-powered anthropomorphic exoskeleton that just so happens to fly.

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So, is Charlie Worsham Batman? Probably Not... Not unless Batman pops up in Nashville for open mic night. (You never know, It could happen.) Mr. Worsham (uhh kinda sounds like a substitute teacher) is certainly way too busy with his new booming career. There's only on way to find out though. The first time I see him in concert, I'm going to get an insert for my flashlight (that looks like the Bat-Signal). Shine it into the air, during his set, and see what he does.

Check out his new music video.