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VIDEO- Lewis Capaldi tries to learn French from Montreal crowd

VIDEO- Lewis Capaldi tries to learn French from Montreal crowd
Lewis Capaldi / Karwai Tang / Contributor / WireImage / Getty Images

In case you missed it, Scotland's very own Lewis Capaldi payed North America his first visit of the year yet at Laval's Place Bell last night for the 'Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent' tour.

After playing his all-too-famous song 'Forget Me', currently featured at #12 on Montreal's Hit 40 list, the singer took a pause to ask the crowd where exactly he was...

"We're in Laval right now, yes?" the singer asked. "But on the poster for this gig it says Montreal...so from here on out I wil refer to you as Laval, ok?"

Lewis Capaldi then continued to show the crowd just how well he knew the French language with sayings such as "Je suis désolé" and "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?"

Lasting a little under 1.5 hours, this show is one of the first after Lewis Capaldi's recent documentary release titled 'How I'm Feeling Now'.

In the documentary, Lewis adresses where he comes from, how his songwriting journey has been since the very beginning of his fame, as well as his current struggles facing tourettes, which he also adressed on stage last night. 

The pop singer is planned to pursue his Canadian visit on April 14 at Toronto's Coca Cola Coliseum. 

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