Sam Smith reveals their awkward interaction with a fan in Sydney

Sam Smith reveals the awkward interaction they had with a young fan on the streets of Sydney after they mixed up the lyrics to his song Unholy

Sam Smith recently finished up their trip to Australia where they had an awkward run-in with a young fan while strolling through the streets of Sydney.

Speaking with Drew Barrymore on her talk show on Tuesday, the award-winning artist, 30, recounted the moment a mother confessed her child sang their raunchy song Unholy.

Written about a man who is cheating on his wife and unable to keep the secret from getting out, the woman said her kid loved the song but has to change out some of the lyrics for more age-appropriate phrases.

Sam Smith (pictured) recently finished up their trip to Australia where they had an awkward run-in with a young fan while strolling through the streets of Sydney

Sam Smith (pictured) recently finished up their trip to Australia where they had an awkward run-in with a young fan while strolling through the streets of Sydney

‘I had a child come up to me the other day in Sydney with a mum,’ Smith said. 

‘And the mum was like, “My child sings barber shop instead of body shop.” Because it’s a baby, it shouldn’t be singing these filthy things.’

It comes just a few weeks after a taxpayer-funded private concert by Smith was ruined when a ‘disgusting’ influencer went to the toilet in front of horrified fellow concert-goers.

Speaking with Drew Barrymore (pictured) on her talk show on Tuesday, the award-winning artist recounted the moment a mother confessed her child sang their raunchy song Unholy

Speaking with Drew Barrymore (pictured) on her talk show on Tuesday, the award-winning artist recounted the moment a mother confessed her child sang their raunchy song Unholy

The South Australian government paid for the flights, accommodation and drinks for 205 guests to attend the non-binary English pop star’s show at a McLaren Vale winery venue on January 11.

Among the sponsored guests for the exclusive event were 90 social media influencers as well as media personalities, including former The Project host Carrie Bickmore.

One young woman who attended witnessed a female influencer, who was part of a group behaving ‘rudely’ all night, urinate directly in front of the stage.

The person urinating was not a media personality.

Written about a man who is cheating on his wife and unable to keep the secret from getting out, the woman said her kid loved the song but has to change out some of the lyrics for more age-appropriate phrases

Written about a man who is cheating on his wife and unable to keep the secret from getting out, the woman said her kid loved the song but has to change out some of the lyrics for more age-appropriate phrases 

‘One of them literally peed in the mosh. I’m not even joking,’ said Kate in a TikTok video. ‘A girl pushed past me, she’s like “I’m so sorry, some girl is peeing.”‘

‘I look over and I literally see someone squatting on the floor peeing, in the mosh. One, it’s disgusting, two, I can’t even say anything ’cause I’m so lost for words.’

Kate, who went as her mother’s ‘plus-one’, said the woman who peed in front of concert-goers was with a group of influencers, some of whom deserved to be ‘slapped’ for their behaviour.

It comes just a few weeks after a taxpayer-funded private concert by Smith was ruined when a 'disgusting' influencer went to the toilet in front of horrified fellow concert-goers. One young woman who attended witnessed a female influencer urinate directly in front of the stage

It comes just a few weeks after a taxpayer-funded private concert by Smith was ruined when a ‘disgusting’ influencer went to the toilet in front of horrified fellow concert-goers. One young woman who attended witnessed a female influencer urinate directly in front of the stage

Some estimates said $1million of taxpayer money was spent on the event at the striking d’Arenberg Cube venue, but tourism minister Zoe Bettison said the actual amount was lower.

Earlier the SA opposition said it was outrageous that taxpayers were forced to foot the bill for the event that was attended mainly by social media influencers and celebrities.

Opposition tourism spokeswoman Jing Lee said because the deal was kept secret, there was no way of measuring its success.

Some estimates said $1million of taxpayer money was spent on the event at the striking d’Arenberg Cube venue, but tourism minister Zoe Bettison said the actual amount was lower

Some estimates said $1million of taxpayer money was spent on the event at the striking d’Arenberg Cube venue, but tourism minister Zoe Bettison said the actual amount was lower 

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