Harry Styles has been ranked Lewis Capaldi’s “top” kisser after the pair shared a smooch at The BRIT Awards 2023.
After taking out 'Artist of the Year,' Harry gave his mate Lewis a shout-out and thanked him at the end of his acceptance speech.
Harry walked off stage straight to the Scottish singer as Lewis grabbed Harry's face and planted a big ol' juicy kiss on the lips.
Lewis, who was nominated for his ‘Forget Me’ ballad in the Song of the Year category, told the Daily Star at the BRITs official Universal afterparty the moment was “amazing”.
“Eh, it was alright... no, he was amazing, (it was) magical," he gushed.
Lewis also rated Harry as the "top one” in his kissing rankings.
Way to win a 4/4 win streak. Harry also took home awards for Album of the Year for ‘Harry’s House’, Song of the Year for 'As It Was' and best Pop/R+B Act.
Harry opened this year’s BRITs with a performance of ‘As It was’ in a red matador-style jacket, while Lewis later performed ‘Forget Me’ after he was wrongly introduced by host Mo Gilligan as “Sam Capaldi” – in an apparent mix-up with Lewis’ and his fellow BRITs nominee Sam Smith’s names.
Lewis made light of the blunder on Saturday night by tweeting a photoshopped image of his head on singer Sam’s bizarre BRITs outfit, which he captioned: “Sam Capaldi. x.”
Viewers hit out at BRITs host Mo for his “Sam Capaldi” mix-up saying it could have put Lewis off his song.
The stand-up later apologised, saying: “I do apologise I did call him Sam.”
He also jokingly blamed the drinks being served at the awards, adding: “They’re (the drinks are) not playing around.”