Singer Lewis Capaldi was mistaken for a seat-filler at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards and we have secondhand embarrassment for him.
On Sunday, Capaldi ― whose “Someone You Loved” was nominated for Song of the Year ― tweeted a hilariously awkward exchange that apparently happened during the show, but sadly didn’t air on television for viewers at home.
“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,” Capaldi tweeted towards the second half of the show.
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 😂😂😂😂😂😂 #GRAMMYs— Lewis Capaldi (@LewisCapaldi) January 27, 2020
We cannot imagine how uncomfortable that discussion must have been for both that woman and Capaldi.
After the tweet, fans responded to the 23-year-old with a multitude of thoughts:
Somebody bring this boy a drink, and a written apology!! https://t.co/IjDO93bnhR— PJaye Martin (@Natteringblonde) January 27, 2020
Who's the lady?— A B D U L S A M A D (@_samadhamid_) January 27, 2020
THE DISRESPECT FOR OUR SONG OF THE YEAR NOMINEE! https://t.co/VINCpl3TxS
Earlier in the night, the Scottish singer-songwriter tweeted a bathroom selfie in celebration of the Grammys and thanked a Twitter user who told him he looked “like ed sheeran if he drank 3 bottles of sweat everyday and only showered once a year.”
Never change, Lewis. Never change.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.