Britain’s Got Talent star Calum Scott opens up about relationship with Sam Smith
A talent show contestant has opened up about his time with popstar Sam Smith.
The Oscar winner’s relationship status has been much mooted for some time, with rumours of a fling with Adam Lambert.
Now a star of Britain’s Got Talent has revealed how he got to know the Stay With Me singer.
Calum Scott, also a singer, revealed to the Daily Star how he had begun seeing the Oscar winner outside of work earlier in the year.
Representatives of the singers declined to comment on the rumours – but the pair have continued to be linked.
Speaking to the Daily Star online, Scott said: “We are just mates.
“We met up in Nashville and we were, you know, hanging out and stuff.
“We stay in touch, texting and stuff like that.
“If we are in the same country we try and meet up but he is a jet-setter he is working hard on his album.
“He is in the process of recording it now so it’s like we keep missing each other but I’m sure we will be able to meet up soon.”
The talent show singer has now signed to the same label as his rumoured fling.
He has even been allowed exclusive access to the upcoming new album, saying “it’s incredible.”
However, he was reluctant to dish more details on their time together.
Asked if there’ll be a love song about him on Smith’s next album, he told the publication: “No man, I’m not a heartbreaker…
“Well, look at what happened to Adele, a whole album came from one relationship so maybe but…”
He added: “Me and Sam are good friends but yeah, I am hoping to catch him when we are in the same territory.”
Appearing on Andy Cohen’s chat show, one caller asked if the rumours were true.
Lambert said: “I love that rumour actually because when I heard it and I texted him, going… So?
“He’s such a nice guy, he’s so funny and… no.”
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