Lewis Capaldi might have been celebrating a little too much when he won Best Track for his number one song, Someone You Loved at the Q Awards at London’s Roundhouse on Wednesday night.
But he might be wishing he went home a little earlier as he was pictured leaving an afterparty looking very worse for wear, with his friend propping him up and restraining him at various points.
Scottish crooner Lewis had been partying at Joe’s Bar in Camden after winning his gong at the nearby Roundhouse, with a friend, who was kicked out by security.
Someone You Shove: Lewis Capaldi appeared VERY worse for wear as he was restrained by a pal after his big Q Awards win… (before his friend got in a serious scuffle with security)
Down in one: The Scottish crooner (circled) had been partying at Joe’s Bar in Camden after winning his gong for Best Track at the nearby Roundhouse, with a friend, who was kicked out by security
His pal was pictured lying on the ground after getting into a reported scuffle at around 2am after the lads were seriously seen letting their hair down.
MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Lewis and Joe’s Bar for more information.
Lewis loves to document his big nights out on social media, however, he made no mention of the afterparty on his Instagram stories.
At the time of writing, Lewis’s final Instagram story showed his winning his award at the event.
Shout about it: Lewis was pointing the finger at pals as he enjoyed more of his wild night out and his friend had dirt all over his jacket from when he was tackled to the ground
Calm down: At one point, he appeared to be holding his pal back as the situation intensified
A reassuring hand: Lewis attempted to cool things down as he had his arm around a mystery lady
Lewis, Stormzy, Lana Del Rey and The 1975 are among the big winners of this year’s Q Awards.
The Foals walked away with Best Album, Stormzy picked up Best Solo Act and Pale Waves won Best Breakthrough Act.
Lewis was the fastest unsigned artist to reach 25 million plays on Spotify, and the first to sell out an arena tour before releasing an album.
The calm before the storm: Lewis was thrilled to be honoured at the iconic Q Awards earlier on in the evening
Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent: Lewis really looked like he had made the most of the free bar at the Q Awards
Hold Me While You Wait (for a cab): Lewis threw his arms around a mystery lady as the night came to a close
Cheeky mood: He was pictured giving his friend a playful slap around the chops
He said of his number one hit: ‘I wrote that song when I was 17 and I’ve sung it in pubs round Edinburgh and nobody listened, so to have 6,000 people sing it back to me means a lot.’
Lewis previously told The Guardian: ‘I could always sing loud because I was playing pubs when I was 11, and you’ve got to sing loud there. But I saw Joe Cocker on some Beatles documentary, and I was floored.
‘I tried to sing like that, and I was f***ing terrible, as you would expect from someone going through puberty trying to give it the raspy voice.
‘But then I finally fell into it at around 18. I don’t know if I’ve done some irreparable damage to my voice trying to get here. I never had any lessons, but obviously now I’ve had coaching to keep it going. I get really bad acid reflux, so I’ve got to watch myself on tour: no spicy foods, as little alcohol as possible.’
Taxi for Capaldi! Lewis appeared bleary-eyed as his night came to a close
Q AWARD 2019: WINNERS
Best Breakthrough Act – Pale Waves
Best Track – Lewis Capaldi – ‘Someone You Loved’
Best Album – Foals – ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1)’
Best Live Act Performance – Michael Kiwanuka – End of the Road Festival
Best Solo Act – Stormzy
Best Act In The World Today – The 1975
Best Festival/Event – All Points East
Innovation in Sound – Dizzee Rascal
Classic Album – Tricky – ‘Maxinquaye’
Maverick – Edwyn Collins
Fender Play Award – Anna Calvi
Outstanding Contribution to Music – Kano
Classic Songwriter – Kevin Rowland
Inspiration – Madness
Icon – Christine and the Queens
Hero – Kim Gordon
Song of the Decade – Lana Del Rey – ‘Video Games’
Best Vocal Performance – Little Simz