Lewis Capaldi has responded to a fan who brought up a long-running rumour about the Scottish singer-songwriter.
The commenter known as carebaa said: "Lewis, my dad saw you on TV and thought you were Susan Boyle."
In the short nine-second clip Capaldi uploaded, the singer looks to be sitting in bed, topless, not looking so happy about the comparison.
He also adds text over the top of the video saying 'great start to the new year', with his deflated face saying it all.
But knowing Capaldi, he is probably seeing the funny side to it, as many people did in the comment section.
Capaldi also made a joke over the comment, with him captioning the TikTok with 'i dreamed a dream that ppl stopped telling me i looked like women in their 60s' - obviously referring to Boyle's iconic Britain's Got Talent audition where she sang 'I Dreamed a Dream' from Les Miserables.
The TikTok has been viewed close to two million times on the social media platform, and has received over 293,000 likes.
Over 2,000 have took to the comment section too, with some fuelling the rumour.
One person said: "Susan Boyle is an icon take the compliment."
A second added: "Well they said Harry Styles looks like Susan Boyle…. so it’s definitely a compliment!!!"
And a third jokingly said: "Wait, this isn't Susan Boyle?"
Another questioned whether it was true, as they joked: "To be fair I've never seen Lewis Capaldi and Susan Boyle in the same room....."
Meanwhile, the commenter who made the claims said: "If it helps, my dad does feel bad."
But users commented underneath saying that the backtracking was too late, and that the damage had already been done.
Susan Boyle comparisons or not, Capaldi is going into 2023 strong after his successful comeback year in 2022.
'Pointless', which is actually co-written by Ed Sheeran, released late last year, which followed 'Forget Me' - which was an instant success back in September.
In 2023, Capaldi will release his second album, Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent, and will also tour the UK and Europe.
Appearances in the UK include Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool, Glasgow and Cardiff.