Singer Lewis Capaldi booted off Tinder because people think he's an imposter

Lewis Capaldi performing on the main stage at the TRNSMT Festival at Glasgow Green in Glasgow. Picture date: Sunday July 10, 2022.
Lewis Capaldi says he was booted off Tinder. (PA)

Lewis Capaldi has said he was kicked off Tinder and has ended up on another dating app that's "all about kinks and BDSM".

The 'Before You Go' singer said he was also booted off other dating apps because people assume he is just a member of the public pretending to be him.

Opening up on the Diary Of A CEO podcast, he said: "I’ve just been kicked off Tinder because I people think I’m fake.

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"I’ve been kicked off Bumble, Tinder and Hinge."

Lewis Capaldi performing during the filming for the Graham Norton Show at BBC Studioworks 6 Television Centre, Wood Lane, London, to be aired on BBC One on Friday evening.
The singer said people think he's an imposter on dating apps. (PA)

Capaldi, 25, said that after he was kicked off the apps someone suggested that he try another one called Feeld.

Feeld describes itself as "a dating app for exploration, curiosity and pleasure", and on its website it says that people can "join solo or with a partner to find lovers and friends".

However, Capaldi admitted that it's "way beyond" what he is used to.

"It is so sexual, it’s unbelievable," said the 'Leaving My Love Behind' singer.

"It's all about like, kinks and BDSM and I'm like, this is way beyond anything I'm tuned in for."

Lewis Capaldi attends Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)
The singer said he ended up on an app called Feeld. (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

The Scottish singer also recently opened up about having been diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome.

He explained to his fans in an Instagram Live video: "I have Tourette's, I have always had it, apparently."

According to the NHS, Tourette's syndrome "is a condition that causes a person to make involuntary sounds and movements called tics".

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And the hitmaker told his fans that he does do "the shoulder twitch quite a lot".

He added: "And you see underneath every TikTok and stuff, people are like, 'Why is he twitching?', which is fine. Curiosity is fine."

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