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Yungblud confesses he’s ‘never felt closer’ to his fans amid the pandemic

Yungblud has confessed he’s ‘never felt closer’ to his fans after deciding to post a livestream of his new album amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 23-year-old singer, who still hasn’t forgiven I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Jordan North for accidentally calling him by his ex-girlfriend Halsey’s name during an interview, released his second studio album – Weird! – earlier this month.

In a clip shared exclusively with Metro.co.uk, Yungblud sits down with Cynthia Erivo, Nish Kumar, Russell Tovey, Kate Maltby and Sir Matthew Bourne OBE to chat about the bond he’s forged with his supporters in the upcoming episode of Sky Arts Late.

‘I’ve never felt more connected to my fan base than ever right now,’ Yungblud, whose real name is Dominic Harrison, discloses.

‘Like I legitimately haven’t and I was like I put that on the internet and because of them, what went from a gig in my bedroom with two cameras and an acoustic guitar, 72 hours later I was in a TV studio with nine dudes with hazmat suits on, two celebrity guests, doing a punk rock Jimmy Fallon.’

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Yungblud released his album Weird! earlier this month (Picture: Wire Image)

He continues: ‘It was sick and it kind of gave me this adrenaline to be like, just because we can’t touch each other right now, don’t mean we can’t feel each other.’

Sky Arts Late is a round-up of the latest news in the worlds of arts and culture, with debates, star guests, critical discussion and live performances.

The theme for the upcoming final episode is hope and is aptly filmed at the iconic Sadler’s Wells theatre in London.

‘We want to look at who is going to reimagine what it means to be an artist, who is experimenting with new ways of working, connecting with audiences and forging new pathways ahead for the future,’ the synopsis teases.

‘Ultimately, who’s trying to make sense of it all and offering up solutions and hope.’

Sky Arts Late will air Tuesday 15th December at 9pm on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 11. Catch up on previous episodes on NOW TV / Sky On Demand.


Credit: Original article published here.

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