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24th Sep 2022

Lewis Capaldi has BBC Breakfast viewers in tears with most outrageous sex jokes yet

Charlie Herbert

Lewis Capaldi on BBC Breakfast

What a guy

Lewis Capaldi had BBC Breakfast viewers in stitches thanks to his appearance on the show on Saturday, and left Naga Munchetty speechless.

The ‘Forget Me’ singer was on the news morning show with hosts Naga and Charlie Stayt, and he didn’t tone down his classic brand of cheeky humour.

The highlight of the interview came at the end, when Charlie complimented Lewis on his hair, prompting the pair to high five.

But when Naga asked them whether they “wanted a room,” Lewis misheard, and thought she was asking something very different.

The singer exclaimed: “I thought you said a rim!”

I would say if you don’t get the joke then google it, but proceed with caution on that one.

And the two presenters couldn’t contain their laughter, as the 25-year-old could be heard giggling and apologising off camera.

In a tweet following his appearance on the morning show, the singer described it as a “classic breakdown of communication.”

It wasn’t the only cheeky joke the Scot made to Naga and Charlie on Saturday morning, as he decided to compare his music to his performance in the bedroom.

https://twitter.com/angstybrit/status/1573582232312287232

It seems like viewers couldn’t get enough of his chaotic energy on the show. One person said Lewis was “so refreshing” and that they had “just become a fan of his” thanks to his appearance on the orange sofa.

Another labelled him a “breath of fresh air” and also said he had earned a new fan thanks to his humour.

Since shooting to stardom in 2018 with his smash hit ‘Someone You Loved’, Lewis has become known for his sense of humour.

It was only earlier this month that the singer was causing chaos over on ITV after he offered Lorraine Kelly “seven inches” of him on her daytime show.

He also revealed this month that he has been diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome.

Opening up about his condition on Instagram Live, he said the diagnosis had come as a relief, as he thought he had “some horrible degenerative disease”.

Capaldi assured fans it was “not a big deal” but that some days are “more painful than others”.

“It looks a lot worse than it is,” he added.

Capaldi has been given botox injections to stop twitching in his shoulder, but chose to open up about his diagnosis as he “didn’t want people to think I was taking cocaine or something”.

“The worst thing about it is when I’m excited, I get it,” he said, “When I’m stressed, I get it.”

“When they told me ‘we think you’ve got Tourette’s’, I was like ‘you know what, that makes so much sense,'” he added.

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