See: Sam Smith opens on lockdown conflict
Sam Smith has revealed that he was struggling to cope with the lockdown because he wasn’t used to being too much at home.
The 5, 5 star, 28, always stays out on road trips and performances, and usually doesn’t spend much time at home.
So getting stuck due to a sudden coronavirus epidemic was a big adjustment.
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Speaking on The One Show, They said how his sister helped manage it.
“I found it difficult. I’ve been traveling for eight years now and I haven’t been home for more than three weeks, almost eight years.”
“I lived with my sister, and I will be with her for the next four weeks, and she helped me and we did boring fun stuff, which was good.
“But it’s a strange time.”
However, Smith also said how he struggled with worrying about performing, and taking a few breaths and going home allowed him to take a few breaths to deal with it.
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They said: “I am very worried about the people on stage.
“I was so restless towards the end of last year that it was good for me to take a break.”
The singer is known for such chart hits Stay with me, Money on Mind Mind And Very good at goodbyes.
They have just unveiled a new album called Love Goes.
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