According to Lewis Capaldi, he failed to draw in girls at school since he stank of hot dogs.
Lewis Capaldi could not attract women at school since he smelled of hotdogs.
The 24-year-old singer has become one of the world’s most popular artists over the last few years, however throughout his school days, Lewis struggled to find a sweetheart because he walked around “smelling like a hot dog sweat”.
He shared: “I wasn’t a lothario by any means. It wasn’t my reality.
“Anyone who has two hot dogs with mayonnaise on them for their lunch every day is never going to be a lothario … and walks around smelling like a hot dog sweat.”
The ‘Someone You Loved’ hitmaker – who formerly dated TV star Paige Turley – also confessed he’s prone to “jump the gun” when it pertains to love.
Speaking with the ‘Headliners’ podcast, Lewis discussed: “I’m quite on it. If someone sends me three kisses on a text, I’m like, ‘This is the one for me’. I don’t yearn to be in love, but I jump the gun quite a bit.
“It lends itself to writing good songs because you get your hopes up a bit. It’s good for songwriting because you can make mountains out of molehills in terms of the actual situation.
“If someone speaks to me in a nice way … I could fall in love right here.”
Lewis – who released his debut album, ‘Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent’, in May last year – also confessed to being bad at reading signals.
He said: “I’m just a bit … maybe I read signals wrong. I try to keep it to myself for as long as possible.
“If I’m feeling like, this could be the start of something, I probably won’t tell that person I think that until we’ve been dating for a year.”