Jade Thirlwall admits Lewis Capaldi ignored her after she invited him on karaoke date
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Jade Thirlwall has admitted that she got rejected by singer Lewis Capaldi when she tried to message him.
The Little Mix star, 28, revealed that she slid into his DMs on Twitter in order to invite him out to karaoke but he ignored her.
The Geordie singer, who is now in a relationship with Rizzle Kicks' Jordan Stephens, explained in an interview with Amelia Dimoldenberg on Chicken Shop Date that it hadn’t been easy for her to find the one.
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She said: "I went through a phase of trying to slide into a lot of DMs.
"And literally, I didn't realise the amount of pie one person could receive, I do love pie but not in a sort of romantic way."
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She then continued: "I DM'ed Lewis Capaldi once to see if he wanted to go to karaoke with us – and he just didn't reply."
"I tried sliding into his [AJ Tracey's] DMs as well, got pied, literally didn't reply.”
Luckily Jade is happy with Jordan, who she was first linked to back in May and the couple now live together.
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She explained: "I ended up meeting someone in lockdown which is strange… I quite enjoyed doing it that way."
In her interview with iconic drag queen RuPaul Charles for Cosmopolitan Magazine, the singer spoke of her "perfect" boyfriend's love of drag culture, which she explained is a massive reason for why she is with him.
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She said: 'It’s really important for me that whoever I find relationship-wise loves drag culture.
"When I first started talking to my boyfriend, I discovered he did a movie where he played a drag queen and I was like, right, that’s it…
"He’s perfect. Sign me up! A straight man who’s willing to dress in drag and loves being queer and feminine."
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