Lewis Capaldi sings x-rated duet with Ed Sheeran and fans can't get enough
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In true Lewis Capaldi fashion, the Scottish singer improvised an x-rated duet with Ed Sheeran, and it's safe to say the fans can't get enough.
One person even said he's the reason they have TikTok - you can see why in the video below:
The 26-year-old duetted the fellow hitmaker's video, which shows side-by-side clips of Sheeran playing a backing track on acoustic guitar, inviting users to sing a verse over the top.
Wanting to have a crack at it, Capaldi created a delightful melody which he filled with foul-mouthed language throughout.
Speaking to the camera with his headphones' mic in hand, he says: "Okay, right, Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran, here we go. Let's do this."
Capaldi then launches into his tune, singing: "Back when you were mine I used to suck up on your t**s, but now that you're gone baby I miss you."
Trying his best to contain his laughter, he continues: "Every now and then I think about your p***y lips, crying all night long into my tissues.
"I do dumb s**t when I'm mad, sorry that I killed your dad, but can you still call me back."
Just beautiful - those lyrics brought a tear to my eye.
Alongside the clip, he simply wrote for the caption: "Duet with @Ed Sheeran #NewMusic."
The hilarious video has earned a whopping 2.7 million views since it was uploaded yesterday (10 March), as well as thousands of likes and comments from the fans who were in stitches over Capaldi's unique lines.
One TikToker wrote: "I really think you forget your famous... I love it," while another said: "Can we all confirm that Lewis Capaldi is the reason we all have TikTok."
A third asked: "Genuine question - does this guy understand he’s famous now?! The fact he hasn’t changed a single bit is just GOLD."
"Capaldi’s PR team forever with their heads in the hands," joked a fourth, with a fifth adding: "What did we, as a society, do to deserve Lewis Capaldi?"
Even major brands got involved in the fun, including iHeartRadio, which quipped: "Brb getting this on the airwaves asap."
Brentford FC bizarrely chimed in too to say Capaldi is the 'goat', to which he replied: "Thanks Brentford FC."
And for those wondering whether the rendition was pre-written or impromptu, Capaldi confirmed: "Off the top of the dome bro I ain’t no punk."
Never change, Lewis Capaldi, never change.