Lewis Capaldi approaches most things in life with a fine degree of humour.
Whether it's success or failure, the Scottish songwriter seems to meet everything with a grin and a self-deprecating shrug.
Take his Noel Gallagher spat. The Oasis icon told Variety that "Chewbacca" should enjoy his "15 minutes" of fame, sparking a hilarious response.
Changing his Twitter pic to a face-morphed version of the Star Wars character, Lewis Capaldi didn't stop there.
Drafted in to headline TRNSMT in Glasgow, he strode out onstage wearing a Chewbacca mask, and proceeded to play 'Don't Chew-back In Anger'.
Watch his hilarious entrance below.
There’s winning a feud, and then there’s coming on stage at TRNSMT in a Chewbacca mask and performing Don’t Look Back In Anger, but re-naming it Don’t Chewbac In Anger. @LewisCapaldi pic.twitter.com/38aApMMFlO— Ally Farrell (@AllyFarrell) July 14, 2019
The full set is hilarious - here's Lewis Capaldi comparing himself to Freddie Mercury at Live Aid...
"I feel like Freddie Mercury!"@LewisCapaldi shares a few of his favourite Scottish words with the #trnsmt crowd!— BBC Scotland (@BBCScotland) July 14, 2019
Catch all of the best bits from #bbctrnsmt on iPlayer https://t.co/LsjYQ7nuBN pic.twitter.com/obJO0VI256
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