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Sam Smith Relives The Awkward Moment When He First Met The Royal Family On The Tonight Show!

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He sure does interview well!

Sam Smith may be going on a brief hiatus now that his theme song for Spectre has hit theaters, but he's still got a few more interviews to give before he can take his well-deserved break.

The 23-year-old crooner stopped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday night to promote the release of his saddest song ever, Drowning Shadows, but it was his very British story that was our favorite part of the episode.

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As it turns out, Sam is a huge Downton Abbey fan. So huge, in fact, that when he met the royal family, he didn't just shake their hands and nod his head… he did a full-on formal bow!

But the best part has to be Jimmy Fallon's photographic evidence of the encounter depicting Prince William's rather confused facial expressions. LOLz!

Never change, Sam.

Ch-ch-check out Sam's adorable late night interview (above)!!!

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Sam Smith Canceled Scheduled LACMA Gala Performance At The Last Minute! Is He Sick Again?!

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That hiatus came a little sooner than we were anticipating…

Sam Smith has made it pretty clear that he intends on taking a break from music now that his Spectre theme song has hit theaters, but we weren't expecting him to bail so quickly!

The 23-year-old crooner was scheduled to perform at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's fifth annual Art + Film Gala on Saturday night… but canceled at 5 p.m. due to a sudden illness.

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A representative for the museum confirmed his sickness in a statement, saying:

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Sam Smith Will Make You Cry With This Amy Winehouse Cover — Listen To Love Is A Losing Game HERE!

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He sure is helping us stock up on new music before his hiatus.

We were slightly heartbroken last week when Sam Smith announced that he would be taking a break from the entertainment industry following his Spectre publicity tour.

Luckily, it seems like the 23-year-old knows how difficult that'll be for all of us, because not only did he drop Drowning Shadows on Monday, but now he's covering Amy Winehouse staples as well!

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Sammy stopped by BBC Radio 1 on Thursday to premiere Love is a Losing Game for Annie Mac… and it sounds like it was written specifically for his soulful voice.

Amy's lyrics paired with Sam's powerhouse vocals make for an absolutely beautiful track that will leave you in tears. Seriously.

Ch-ch-check out Sam Smith's rendition of the Amy Winehouse classic (above)!!!

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Sam Smith Isn't Going On Hiatus Without Releasing A Surprise Song First! Listen To His Heartbreaking Ballad Drowning Shadows!

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Sam Smith couldn't take some time off from music without giving us something to fill the void!

On Monday, the 23-year-old premiered a beautiful new ballad on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 Radio show, just before his upcoming hiatus!

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Over the weekend, the crooner confessed he would be taking a break after the promotional period for his Spectre song, Writing's On The Wall.

But before that fateful day, the hitmaker decided he had one last trick up his sleeve… a surprise track!

While the melancholy melody has only just been released, the tune itself is actually older than the English singer's smashing success Stay With Me.

He explains it had taken a while to perfect, saying:

"Something didn't work. I thought of it recently when we were thinking about the repackage, and we went in and just did it with piano."

The songbird describes the creation as "the saddest song I've ever written and probably the least radio-friendly song I've ever written."

Take a listen (below)!

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