Lewis Capaldi has taken to social media to express his distress that his ‘top kisser’ Harry Styles shared a steamy moment with Emily Ratajkowski.
The Before You Go singer, 26, didn’t look best pleased that Harry, 29, has moved on after they shared a cheeky kiss at the Brit Awards last month.
Not only did they share the intimate moment, sparked from Harry’s artist of the year win, but Lewis ranked the As It Was hitmaker among his top kissers ever.
Gushing about the moment at the time, Lewis said, ‘I just kissed Harry Styles on the lips,’ before he cheekily quipped: ‘I’m fully erect.’
In a later interview Lewis described it as an ‘amazing’ and ‘magical’ moment, and ranked Harry up there for his kissing abilities.
But Lewis’ memory of the moment could be forever ruined now footage has emerged of the One Direction sensation locking lips with 31-year-old actor Emily.
It seems the Someone You Loved crooner was indeed – jokingly, of course – put out by the glaring imagery as he took to TikTok to voice his reaction to being oh-so replaceable.
In a close-up shot of half of his head, Lewis puts on a face of utter confusion and devastation alongside the words: ‘Me after seeing the video of Harry and emrata’.
Over the top of the solemn sight, the singer’s new single can be heard crooning: ‘So here’s to my beautiful life, that seems to leave me so unsatisfied’.
Awrh, it’s okay Lewis, there’s plenty more fish in the sea (although admittedly there’s only one Harry Styles, so bad luck).
In the steamy video of Emily and Harry obtained by MailOnline, the two can be seen dancing together and kissing in the streets of Tokyo.
This comes as beloved funny man Lewis is set to get very candid in his new documentary, How I’m Feeling Now, which is due to be released on April 5.
The film will see Lewis sharing the highs and lows of his career and personal life in a heartfelt tell-all.
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