Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi attended Grammys 2020 on January 26 as a nominee; his song "Someone You Loved" was up for the much-coveted songwriting award, song of the year. However, the musician's big awards-show moment was interrupted when someone confused him for a seat-filler. Whoops!
According to Lewis himself on Twitter, there was a bit of a mix-up at the ceremony. "A lady at the grammys has just come up and offered to take my seat because she thought I was one of the people who sits in the chairs to fill them when someone gets up to use the bathroom," he wrote on Twitter, adding a handful of cry-laughing emojis to really drive his point home.
Lewis didn't seem to have any hard feelings regarding the awkward moment and appeared to enjoy the ceremony just the same. Alicia Keys even used the melody of "Someone You Loved" for her opening song about the nominees, which has to feel pretty darn good for Lewis. He's got a sense of humor about the whole experience too. "It's never going to happen again, right? After this, the career is over," Lewis joked with Ryan Seacrest on the preshow red carpet. The singer didn't share anything else about his Grammys experience that night, save for a preshow peek of himself in the bathroom, but we bet he had a wonderful time.
Despite the fact that "Someone You Loved" lost out to Billie Eilish, Lewis has big things in store for 2020. He's going on tour with Niall Horan and recently released a new song, "Before You Go," that is just as captivating as "Someone You Loved." While he may think his "career is over," we're pretty sure it's just getting started and have a feeling no one will mistake him for a seat-filler next year.
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