Lewis Capaldi responds to Grammys $60k goody bag saying he got 'f**k all'
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Any awards ceremony worth its salt has a killer gift bag for the star-studded list of guests.
But Lewis Capaldi has called out the Grammys after he received 'f**k all' when he went back in 2020:
In case you hadn't heard, the iconic music awards do took place over the weekend, with the likes of Beyoncé, Lizzo, John Legend and Harry Styles among those who made an appearance.
And as well as taking home musical gongs, dozens of VIPs walked away with a swag bag worth an eye-watering $60,000 (£50,000).
Put together by LA-based marketing company Distinctive Assets, the bags include a whole host of expensive goodies, like a not-yet-released robot dog and $10,000 (£8,000) voucher for 'aesthetic treatments'.
The chances are you've probably seen videos all over TikTok of the bags being packed up ahead of the event.
However, according to Capaldi, he went home empty-handed when he went to the 2020 Grammys.
In a post to his TikTok account, the 26-year-old said he got absolutely nothing.
"I was at the Grammys in 2020, and I got f**k all," he complained.
"I didn't get a gift bag, I certainly never got a f**king award. I got f**k all."
Chin up, Lewis, mate, there's always next year.
Since the video was posted, it's been watched over five million times, with fans praising him for being so honest.
"Love a relatable king," said one.
Another commented: "You are the award."
"The realest person on this app," put a third.
While someone else added: "You’re our award, Lewis."
However, not being quite as supportive, one user hit the singer where it really hurt.
They said: "Why would guests get the gift bags? It’s prob for performers or winners or whatever."
To which Capaldi replied: "I was nominated for Song of the Year but thank you for reminding me that I’m a loser."
One person who came out of this year's ceremony as a real winner, though, was Beyoncé.
She broke the world record for the most Grammy wins of any artist.
The singer took the title from composer Georg Solti and is now officially the most Grammy-awarded artist ever.
Beyoncé, who arrived fashionably late to the ceremony in Los Angeles, won several awards including Best Traditional R&B Performance for 'Plastic Off The Sofa', Best R&B Song with 'Cuff It' and Best Dance/Electronic Recording for 'Break My Soul'.
In a post on Instagram, the star shared a long list of thanks, including a message to her fans.
Sharing a snap of herself holding three Grammy trophies, she wrote: “We won 3 y’all! To my Hive, thank y’all so much for all of your love and loyalty! Big thank you for the BREAK MY SOUL and CUFF IT wins!!! "To The Dream, Tricky, HOV, and Big Freedia. I love y’all!"