Nova Entertainment’s world famous Nova’s Red Room events have kicked off for the new year already. The first performance was held in Melbourne and featured hit Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi.
The 22-year-old singer-songwriter performed in front of over 300 fans in an intimate show held at the Chapel Off Chapel in Prahran.
Capaldi is in Australia touring with two sold out shows after the 2019 release of his debut album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent went top 10 in Australia.
The event was hosted by Nova 100 morning announcer and Capaldi fan Mel Tracina. Celebrity guests making an early January appearance included Nova 100’s breakfast announcer Chrissie Swan (Chrissie, Sam & Browny), new Nova morning announcer Jamie Row, Neighbours star Sharon Johal, 10 News journalist Candice Wyatt, Love Island’s Jessie Wynter, Matt Zukowski, Todd Elton, Eoghan Murphy and Cartier Surjan, The Voice’s Madison Krstevski and Jackson Parfitt, Married at First Sight 2018 participant Carly Bowyer and Samuel Levi all the way from Married At First Sight NZ.
During the performance Capaldi admitted he was not a fan of Lamington flavoured potato chips that an audience member encouraged him to try and then left the door open to attend a wedding after being handing a save the date for their upcoming nuptials in Melbourne.
Crowd favourites that Capaldi performed included his songs Forever, Bruises, Hold Me While You Wait and Before You Go and he wrapped up the special show with his biggest hit Someone You Loved.
The Nova’s Red Room performance and shows in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia this week are a warmup for a major tour through Europe and the UK in February and March.
Top Photo: Lewis Capaldi