Lewis Capaldi leaves Naga Munchetty shocked as he makes sexual remark during LIVE BBC Breakfast interview  

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Louise Capaldi stuns Naga Munchetti after she makes a live X-rated comment on BBC Breakfast.

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The 25-year-old singer was on the red couch on Saturday to chat with Naga and her co-host Charlie State about her new single Forget Me.

But at the end of the conversation, Lewis left Naga after he misheard something he said was a sexual remark.

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Weird: Lewis Capaldi stuns Naga Munchetti after making live X-rated comment on BBC Breakfast

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Speaking to Charlie, Lewis said: ‘Can I just say, you have great hair. We were talking about it outside.’

Charlie praises Lewis again and Naga jokingly asks the couple: ‘Would you like a room?’

Lewis, not listening properly to him, replied: ‘I thought you said Rim’.

Shocked, Naga turns to the camera and quickly ends the interview: ‘We’re going to have a small talk with Lewis’.

Shocked: The 25-year-old singer was on the red couch on Saturday to chat with Naga and her co-host Charlie State about her new single Forget Me.

Shocked: The 25-year-old singer was on the red couch on Saturday to chat with Naga and her co-host Charlie State about her new single Forget Me.

Interview: But at the end of the chat at the time, Lewis left Naga after hearing something he said was wrong as a sexual remark

Interview: But at the end of the chat at the time, Lewis left Naga after hearing something he said was wrong as a sexual remark

Lewis shared the clip on his Twitter and wrote: ‘A classic breakdown in communication.’

His fans quickly commented on this hilarious accident, with one saying: ‘Literally p****d I was laughing, please never change.’

Another added: ‘Jesus knows no boundaries with you,’ while another added: ‘Best breakfast show ever’.

One fan said: ‘Just crying laughing at Lewis Capaldi’s interview on BBC Breakfast. What a strange man!’

Slip up: Lewis didn't hear him properly, responding: 'I thought you said rim' with Naga then telling the audience they were going to 'have a word with Lewis'.

Slip up: Lewis didn’t hear him properly, responding: ‘I thought you said rim’ with Naga then telling the audience they were going to ‘have a word with Lewis’.

Lewis claimed his third number one single in the UK last week when Forget Me shot straight to the top of the charts.

He had earlier reached the top spot with his 2019 hit Somebody You Loved and 2020’s Before You Go.

Pop star Lewis, who has recently been diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome, said: ‘I can’t thank everyone enough for doing this to me and getting it to this point, even though I did most of the work myself!

Success: Lewis claimed his third number one single in the UK last week when Forget Me shot straight to the top of the charts

Success: Lewis claimed his third number one single in the UK last week when Forget Me shot straight to the top of the charts

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