“Thank you so much for breaking my heart because now I’ve got four Grammys.”

(Telegraph) Sam Smith's journey to Grammy success was peppered with the heartbreak of unrequited love. The main object of his affection - the one who was to inspire his best-selling debut album In The Lonely Hour, released last year to critical acclaim - has remained anonymous. Even during an acceptance speech last night, the openly gay 22-year-old Briton kept a veil over the identity of the mystery man, offering only: "I'll keep this one brief - I just want to thank the man that inspired me to write this record. "Thank you so much for breaking my heart because now I've got four Grammys." Click here to read more.

(Telegraph) Sam Smith’s journey to Grammy success was peppered with the heartbreak of unrequited love.
The main object of his affection – the one who was to inspire his best-selling debut album In The Lonely Hour, released last year to critical acclaim – has remained anonymous.
Even during an acceptance speech last night, the openly gay 22-year-old Briton kept a veil over the identity of the mystery man, offering only: “I’ll keep this one brief – I just want to thank the man that inspired me to write this record.
“Thank you so much for breaking my heart because now I’ve got four Grammys.” Click here to read more.

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