Lewis Capaldi’s heartwarming duet with deaf fan will give you all the feels ❤️

It's such a lovely moment!

Lewis Capaldi

by Emma Dodds |
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Lewis Capaldi is fast becoming a music legend - not only does he have the voice of an angel, but he's also absolutely hilarious, too. Just take a quick scroll down his Instagram feed, and that will become abundantly clear - as will his love of sunglasses!

But one other thing to know about Lewis is that he's actually an incredible decent person, and an all-round nice guy - proven by his recent participation in a video which will seriously tug on the heartstrings.

After performing at the Belladrum Festival in Scotland last weekend (1st - 3rd Aug), Lewis then met one of his young fans, a 10-year-old girl called Niamdh Braid who was born deaf, after her parents set up a campaign for Lewis to meet the little girl.

But not only did Lewis take time out to meet her and spend time with her, but he then made her dreams come true by doing a very unique duet with Niamdh. Whilst he sang his hit single 'Someone You Loved', Niamdh translated the song in British Sign Language.

Fans were incredibly emotional after watching the video, and took to Twitter to share their thoughts. One wrote, 'Yes! I love this!! Everyone needs to see what a beautiful language British Sign Language is !!' as another added, 'Waw what a beautiful gesture! Lots of respect and <3.' [sic]

Her mum Sam told The Scotsman, "Niamdh was absolutely elated that Lewis took the time to sing with her. He was such a down-to-earth guy, he even admitted he was nervous and he was great with the kids.

"He even posed for pictures in the glasses he is famous for wearing in videos and gave them to the kids as a gift. All Niamdh wanted to do was raise some awareness, and show other deaf children that you can do anything you want to do."

Is someone cutting onions in here? 😭

Swipe through to see words that have a totally different meaning in Scotland that Lewis Capaldi will know - but do you?


Words that have a totally different meaning in Scotland stacked

Scratcher1 of 10


Scratcher - [skrach-er] noun - An accessory used to relieve an itch in the middle of your back. What it means in Scotland: Your Bed.

Heavy2 of 10


Heavy - [hev-ee] noun - Something with a substantial weight. What it means in Scotland: A type of dark beer.

Greet3 of 10


Greet - [greet] verb - A manner of saying hello. What it means in Scotland: Cry.

Piece4 of 10


Piece - [pees] noun - A limited portion or quantity of something. What it means in Scotland: A sandwich.

Ken5 of 10


Ken - [ken] noun - A male first name, short for Kenneth, friend of Barbie. What it means in Scotland: To have knowledge of, e.g. "d'ye ken what's on ma piece?"

Supper6 of 10


Supper - [suhp-er] noun - A late evening snack. What it means in Scotland: Any meal from the chippy that has chips with it.

Roaster7 of 10


Roaster - [roh-ster] noun - A pan for roasting meat, or a machine for roasting coffee beans. What it means in Scotland: Someone who always speaks rubbish, e.g. "that Sandra at my work is a complete roaster."

Tattoo8 of 10


Tattoo - [ta-too] noun - An indelible design created by inserting pigment into punctures in the skin. What it means in Scotland: Hunners of pipe bands.

Deck9 of 10


Deck - [dek] noun - An exposed platform on a ship. What it means in Scotland: To punch someone very hard, knocking them to the ground, e.g. "If you dinnae get yer hands aff ma piece, I'm gonnae deck ye."

tee10 of 10


Tee [tee] noun - A warm beverage created from the brewing of bagged leaves. What it means in Scotland: Dinner.

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