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Sam Smith Reveals All In This Hilarious Game Of Never Have I Ever

Posted on November 08, 2017

Sam Smith is just like the rest of us.

After taking a sabbatical from the music scene the past couple years, Sam Smith is back in full force. Catching up with Buzzfeed for a game of Never Have I Ever, the “Too Good At Goodbyes” singer confessed all. 

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Here are a few of our favourite questions and answers:

Never have I ever heard a song and thought: “Damn, I wish I’d written that.”

Sam: Yes. Just recently, I would say I had that thought with all of Lorde’s new album [Melodrama]. I’m obsessed. My favourite song is “The Louvre”. I love that album.Buzzfeed

How great would a Sam Smith x Lorde collab be, though?


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Never have I ever embarrassed myself on the set of a music video.

Sam: Yes. I was just so painfully hungover. I was basically almost puking the whole time and my eyes were just blood-red. It was quite embarrassing. – Buzzfeed

Oh, to be a fly on the wall at that shoot.


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Never have I ever used my celebrity status to get something.

Sam: Yes. A table in a restaurant, for sure. And one time – as a joke, this was a joke – when I started to become well known, I noticed everyone around me was always getting free shit. Like free clothes, free trainers. So me and Jimmy Napes, who I write with, thought it would be funny to see what the most ridiculous thing I could get for free was. And we said it’d be water. So I just @’d Fiji constantly on my Twitter for a week until they sent me free water. I don’t get it any more, though. – Buzzfeed

We’re not judging. Nope, not even a little bit.


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Never have I ever cancelled plans because I just wanted to stay at home and chill.

Sam: Oh my god, all the time.  Buzzfeed

Hands up if you do this all time 🙋.


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Catch the rest of Sam Smith playing Never Have I Ever right here:

Basically, Sam is us, we are Sam. Who else is guilty for doing these things? Let us know in the comments below, or send us a tweet @umusic.