The 1975 singer Matt Healy outed his bandmate Ross MacDonald for drunkenly wetting during a night out himself in a bizarre Q Awards acceptance speech.
The chart-topping band took home the final award of the evening for Best Act In The World Today at the annual music bash.
Speaking on-stage at Camden’s Roundhouse, Matty, who is the son of Loose Women regular Denise Welch, said: “Greatness, to be great.
“I don’t really know what to say.
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“Ross last week was so drunk that in the toilet he pulled out one of his balls and p****ed himself.”
As the audience laughed, the group headed for a quick exit via the back of the stage.
Earlier on in the evening, Lewis Capaldi took home the gong for Q Best Track for his monster hit Someone You Loved.
Chatting to Daily Star Online on the red carpet, Lewis, 23, insisted he has ended his ongoing feud with Oasis legend Noel Gallagher.
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The chart-topper said: “Absolutely, it is over. It was never bad.
“People thought it was a lot more serious than it actually was.
“I think Noel was saying some very hilarious stuff and I was finding it very funny.”
Lewis added: “I didn’t see any actual animosity from his side either.
“It’s totally cool.”
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