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Sam Smith trolled for an inflatable latex look at the 2023 Brit Awards
Sam Smith was trolled for wearing an inflatable latex outfit on the 2023 Brit Awards red carpet on Saturday.
The “Unholy” singer, 30, arrived at the annual music event wearing a fashion kit by designer Harri that included inflated pants and shoulder pads.
Smith – who identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns “they/them” – completed their monochromatic look by donning black latex gloves and a pair of high heels.
The English crooner outfit started trending on Twitter, where users had a lot of feedback about the peculiar outfit.
“Someone is desperate for attention… wow 😂😂😂🤣😂 #samsmith,” one critic tweetedone sec added another“Sam Smith humiliation continues – WTF or THIS?”
AND wrote a third user“As if I couldn’t hate Sam Smith enough back then [they] the fucking king wears this monstrosity #BRITs#Brits2023.”
“Does Sam Smith identify as Missy Eliot now? #britawards#brits#TheBritAwards”, a fourth person askedreferring to the rapper’s infamous latex outfit in the music video for “Rain (Fly Supa Ass)”.
“Honestly, Sam Smith is the most attention-seeking person I’ve ever seen in my life. Really, it’s getting boring already.” wrote another troll.
Smith’s latest eye-catching look comes a week after they appeared on the red carpet at the 2023 Grammy Awards with Kim Petras wearing a bright red Valentino gown, matching gloves, a top hat with veil and a glittering cane.
Smith and Petras later took the stage to perform their hit single “Unholy”, but the duo received backlash for their “satanic” performance.
People also criticized Smith’s outfits in their “I’m Not Here to Make Friends” video, but their fans supported the Grammy winner saying, “Support fat queer people.”
Despite what critics have to say about Smith, the “I’m Not the Only One” singer has finally come to terms with their appearance after a lifelong battle with body dysmorphia.
“I’m happier in my own skin in Gloria. I feel liberated, freed from the pressures I felt when I was young,” they say told the Sunday Times last month. “My mother says that as I got older, I stopped caring what people thought. He’s usually right.