LEWIS Capaldi surprised customers on a British Airways flight with a live performance yesterday. 

The 'Someone You Loved' star sung his new single Wish You The Best while 35,000ft up in the air.

The National:

Following take-off on the London to Los Angeles flight, Lewis made his way through the aircraft with a British Airways drinks trolley, much to the surprise of those on board, including four unsuspecting superfans who had been personally invited onto the flight. 

The 26-year-old handed out refreshments and snacks to customers, before singing a chorus and verse of the unreleased track, with the lyrics declaring "it seems like Glasgow gets further from LA", as the flight travelled across the Atlantic.

Rowan and Georgie Gupwell from Glasgow, who were on the flight, said: "This was the most amazing surprise. We’ve been huge fans of Lewis since his first song, Bruises in 2017.

"We have tickets to see him live later this year, so to meet him up close yesterday was a moment we’ll cherish forever, and we can’t wait to see the new song live again in concert."

Nicola Barker, British Airways colleague added: "What a ‘pinch-me’ moment it was to watch Lewis perform with his guitar during the flight - not only did he sing, he served me a great a G&T too." 

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The single comes off of Capaldi's upcoming new album, Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent, which comes out May 19. 

The National:

The surprise performance comes ahead of Capaldi's world tour, in which he plays a sold-out show at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry tomorrow. 

Tickets can be found HERE