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Sam Smith pens track for future beau

Published 13/07/2015

Sam Smith
Sam Smith

Sam Smith has revealed he is still single, despite getting cosy with a handsome guy in London, UK, recently.

The 23-year-old is known for his heartfelt lyrics and pens tracks based on real-life experiences, mostly to do with romance.

He briefly dated model Jonathan Zeizel last year but the pair split in January and most recently Sam was spotted looking cosy with a handsome man in London, UK, during a Kylie Minogue gig.

However it may not be what people expect, as Sam admitted he's still looking for love during a show over the weekend.

"Things have gone completely out of control over the past two years and it's so vital for me to remind myself how I wrote these songs every day," he told the crowds at Portugal's NOS Alive festival, according to British newspaper The Mirror.

"My last song is a love letter to my future boyfriend - he's still out there, whoever he might be."

The track he sang was his smash Stay with Me, which peaked on charts around the globe following its release last year.

Sam took the time to post snaps of fans who attended the show on Instagram and shared how delighted he was by their support.

He also dedicated a picture to his "favourite" musician George Michael over the weekend, who returned the favour by giving Sam a shout out on Twitter.

"Love you too @samsmithworld (sic)" the popstar wrote.

This only made Sam even more thrilled. Next to a black and white photo of a large crowd the Brit singer shared: "can't believe George f**king Michael knows who I am. So happy right now x (sic)."

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