Sam Smith: ‘I’m a human being. And I am not very smart sometimes. I make mistakes’

Sam Smith’s rise to fame and fortune was meteoric, marred only by a memorable gaffe at the 2016 Academy Awards – a moment that the singer now sees as a huge turning point and learning experience

15th November, 2020
Sam Smith: ‘I’m a human being. And I am not very smart sometimes. I make mistakes’
Sam Smith: ‘Showing your humanity as an artist or public figure is the most important thing’

Sam Smith doesn’t like to put restrictions on Sam Smith. That’s true whether we’re talking about music – still just 28, the singer is already one of the most successful artists in the world, having won multiple Grammy awards, and an Oscar for the song Writing’s On The Wall for the 2015 James Bond film Spectre.

It’s true whether we’re talking about gender – Smith is very nice about...

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