Now this was divinely awkward to a hellish extent - Scottish singer and unlikely megastar Lewis Capaldi had a spot of bother at the Grammys on Sunday night when he was mistaken for a "seat-filler" rather than an invited guest.

The 23-year-old was nominated for the Song of the Year award for his hit single Someone You Loved and was sitting in his assigned seat when someone offered to take his place.

Writing on Twitter, he said: "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 lost out in his category to Billie Eilish, who scooped all the major prizes at the ceremony.

However, that didn't stop him enjoying himself on the night as he posted a photograph of himself in the toilets at the Staples Center in LA, writing: "#GRAMMYs BABY!!!"

The singer had previously compared the feeling of being nominated for his first Grammy to eating a large serving of chicken parmigiana and then lying on the sofa watching Game Of Thrones.

Speaking to US entertainment show Access, he said, "If I could describe it, it's like … imagine, right, eating a whole chicken parm.

"Imagine eating a whole chicken parmesan. Lying down. What’s on TV? Game Of Thrones. Before it was finished.

"You’re lying there. Your belly’s bloated. The TV’s on. And you’re thinking 'You know what? This is the life.’

"You’re not thinking about going to the bathroom later - which will not be pretty after the chicken parm - but you’re lying there and thinking 'You know what, this is it’.

"And that’s how I feel. I feel like a big bloated boy watching Game Of Thrones.

"But bloated with love. Not chicken parm. You know what I’m saying?"

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