'Stay With Me' singer Sam Smith celebrated his six Grammy Award nominations with a sparkling water and sushi.
Sam Smith celebrated his Grammy Award nominations with a sparkling water.
The 'Stay With Me' singer didn't go wild after discovering he'd been put forward for six awards, instead the 22-year-old star opted for a simple sushi dinner and a bottle of fizzy water with his fellow singer and Grammy nominated pal, Ed Sheeran, 23.
Sam explained: ''I was with Ed on the day it happened.
''We went for lunch and had sushi. But no drink was involved so it wasn't a proper celebration.''
Although he later grabbed a bottle of something fancier, the 'In The Lonely Hour' hitmaker revealed how his celebration was a solitary affair.
He told The Sun newspaper: ''I had one glass of champagne in bed, by myself. It really was 'in the lonely hour'.
''There was no one with me - I had to make the most of my three hours' sleep. But tonight I'll have a bottle of wine in my room with my make-up artist.''
The soulful singer - who is nominated for Album of the Year, Best New Artist and Record of the Year for 'Stay With Me' - also expressed his disbelief at being held to the same standard of his idol Beyonce Knowles, 33.
He said: ''I can't believe I've got the same number of nominations as her.
''I couldn't have got any more than her, she'd have killed me!''
The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will be held on February 8, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
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