Lewis Capaldi knew what he was getting into when he agreed to hand over his phone Michael McIntyre as part of his regular “Send to All” challenge on his BBC show.
In this segment, the celebrity hands their mobile to Michael, who then scans their phone before sending an often hilarious message to all of their (often famous) contacts and waiting for a response.
But that didn’t mean the Scottish star bothered to do a quick photo audit of his camera ahead of his appearance on Saturday night’s episode of Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
The Someone You Loved singer showed what a good sport he is when the host started scrolling through his pictures only to reveal a few of Lewis in his pants.
The audience at London’s Drury Lane theater cheers as Lewis jokes: “I’m smuggling quite a few budgies over there!”
When Michael asked why the singer was taking a selfie, he replied: “Oh, for personal use.”
In another picture, Lewis was lying on a bed holding a cup from the Official Charts Company, which sent viewers and viewers at home into hysterics…
Lewis appeared on the BBC show following Rylan Clark’s appearance last month, who also participated in the Send to All segment..
But when Rylan gave up his phone, he soon realized there was an app he had forgotten to delete before it became the subject of a nationally televised program.
He was seen holding his head in his hands and laughing when he realized Hinge was still active, and it didn’t take long for Michael to delve into his profile.
Throwing it on the big screen, the audience saw many drawings of Rylan and answers to various clues.
“You know when you join these things … because I’m a lonely person, I know, so I thought I’d take the program and do what everybody else does and give it a shot,” he explained. “But it says you have to add a certain number of photos.
“I haven’t updated my photos since I did it, ‘Oh, that one will fit, that one will fit,'” he insisted.
Rylan’s profile also revealed his unusual skill: he can “roll his tongue in three places” and the way to win him over is to “be decent.”