Brits 2020: Lewis Capaldi says hes more focused on getting p****d than finding a girlfriend after winning two gongs


SUPERSTAR Lewis Capaldi said he was planning to get p****d as a fart at last nights Brit Awards but would not be trying to find a new girlfriend.

The Scottish singer/songwriter, 23, who dated Love Island contestant Paige Turley, bagged two gongs Song of the Year and Best New Artist.

Lewis Capaldi took a bottle of Buckfast on stage after vowing to get ‘p****d as a fart’ at the Brit Awards

Lewis Capladi scooped the gongs for Song of the Year and Best New Artist

Lewis Capaldi scooped the gongs for Song of the Year and Best New Artist

As he collected the New Artist award, Lewis necked a bottle of beer, then said: Thank you very f*****g much. See you later.

This prompted bosses to mute him as the awards went out on television, simply running pictures and no audio with a message saying: Audio muted.

Asked earlier how he would celebrate, he told The Sun on the red carpet at Londons O2 Arena: Ill go, Yippee. Im going to get p****d regardless, it doesnt really matter.

Whether I win or not its going to be the same outcome. Ill be p****d as a fart. Itll be nice to win one I guess so maybe hopefully well see what happens. But if not, as I say, still going to get p****d . Probably going to have a good time. Its all good.

Lewis Capaldi necked the bottle of beer as he collected the Best New Artist award

Lewis, who wrote hit single Hold Me While You Wait about his ex Paige, said he would not be using the showbiz event to find a new girlfriend.

Asked if he had a new partner, he added: Not quite yet no but the search continues. On the prowl? I dunno, that makes it sound quite lascivious. But no, Im definitely focused on getting hammered for sure.

The singer was a relative unknown this time two years ago and missed out on the prestigious Critics Choice award to Sam Fender at the 2019 Brits.

But his record Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent broke numerous records, becoming the most-streamed British debut album of all time.

Lewis Capaldi’s performance had viewers in tears after Jack Whitehall’s tribute to Caroline Flack

Lewis Capaldi wrote his single Hold Me While You Wait about ex Paige Turley, who is currently in the Love Island villa

And his single Someone You Loved which won Song of the Year last night topped the UK Singles Chart for seven weeks. In October 2019, it reached No1 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

Lewis said: Its been f*****g unbelievable. Its very hard to process because everythings so fast sometimes but its just been the most incredible last 12 months and actually were finishing it up, were going to finish this album tour on October 2 in the O2. So thatll be a good way to see it all off.

Asked to choose a highlight of the past year, he quickly added: Glastonbury for sure just because Ive never seen that many f*****g people in one place before. I guess just meeting people like Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, just all these people who Ive been a fan of, getting to meet them. And just touring the world I guess.

New English star Mabel won Best Female Solo Artist emulating her mum Neneh Cherry, who won Best International Solo Artist and Best International Breakthrough awards in 1990. Dont Call Me Up singer Mabel said: Its just amazing and such a lovely full circle moment.

Mabel picked up her first ever Brit for Best Female and was given a big hug by her mum Neneh Cherry

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The Brits show opener, who turns 24 tomorrow, was joined onstage by 70 dancers as she claimed she wanted to make her performance as dramatic as possible.

Others who performed included Album of the Year nominee Harry Styles, 26, and US rapper Lizzo, 31.

Lewis was pipped to the post for the Male Solo Artist which was won by grime star Stormzy, 26.

Rapper Dave, 21, was crowned winner of the Album of the Year for his debut release Psychodrama, which won the Mercury Prize.

Oxford band Foals were named Best Group.

Following the success of her debut album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? last year, Billie Eilish, 18, took home the International Female Solo Artist award while Tyler The Creator, 28, was named International Male Solo Artist.

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