Sam Smith celebrates Oscars win by getting humped by drag queen, cuddling up to Adam Lambert
A week after the Oscars, Sam Smith might just have recovered from his hangover by now.
The singer surprisingly picked up an Academy Award for his Bond theme Writing on the Wall – and although he sparked a minor controversy by suggesting he was the first openly gay person to win, evidence is still emerging of how wild he got afterwards.
The singleton celebrated by heading to gay bar The Abbey in Los Angeles on Sunday night, where resident drag queen Vicky Vox celebrated by humping Smith’s head while singing viral hit ‘Boy is a Bottom’.
However, a face-humping apparently didn’t sate his needs – as at a second party in New York later in the week, Smith paired off with Queen singer Adam Lambert.
The pair were snapped together getting in a New York bar, with Lambert sharing a picture on his Instagram.
He wrote: “@samsmithworld camera shy”.
An un-cropped version of the photo shows the pair were getting pretty cuddly indeed as the picture was taken.
After a week of award-winning, face-humping and celebrity-cuddling, I think we can all empathise with how hungover Smith is feeling.
He tweeted: “So hungover. genuinely feels like a dream.”
The singer is currently taking some time away from the spotlight, signing off of Twitter after spats with film-maker Dustin Lance Black and Clean Bandit musician Neil Amin-Smith.
Amin-Smith launched a stinging attack on Smith over his Oscars speech, branding some of his previous comments about equality as “monstrous”.
Meanwhile Black, who won an Oscar for his acclaimed biopic Milk, called Smith out for “texting my fiancé” – Olympic diver Tom Daley.
Smith attempted to smooth things over, adding: “I’m logging off for a while. Some Martinis shaken not stirred are definitely in order.”
Offending all gay people, getting humped by a drag queen, embarrassing yourself drunk texting, and cuddling up to a music icon? That sounds like a pretty good time out to us…