Sam Smith Confirms He's In A Relationship

The "Too Good At Goodbyes" singer is officially taken!

Sam Smith opened up about his relationship status during his upcoming appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017. When DeGeneres asked her guest if he's single at the moment, he revealed, "No, I'm not, which is crazy." 

"It's weird bringing out an album and not being single because when I put out In the Lonely Hour, I was so lonely," the 25-year-old explained, adding with a laugh, "But now I'm singing songs about another guy but I'm quite happy, so it's quite weird" (via Entertainment Tonight). While the "Stay With Me" hitmaker didn't name names, he was recently linked with 13 Reasons Why actor Brandon Flynn. The two were spotted holding hands and kissing in NYC earlier this month.

Smith's kept busy lately promoting his upcoming album, The Thrill Of It All, which drops on Friday, Nov. 3. During this interview, he happily teased that a handful of songs off his highly anticipated sophomore effort are about an unnamed mystery ex, while the rest are about other guys he's dated. "A song for every boy!" the British singer-songwriter quipped. 

"My music is about love and it's important to just take that time to allow your heart to have it a little bit," he continued, before jokingly adding that he kissed "hundreds" of men during his two-year hiatus from music, following the success of his 2014 Grammy-winning debut. "No, not that many, but I did kiss a few men and ran around the streets of London, had a good time. I kind of got back to normal life."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Smith has made it a point to live his life openly and honestly, particularly in the lead-up to his record's release. On Sunday, Oct. 22, he disclosed his fluid gender identity to The Sunday Times. "I don't know what the title would be, but I feel just as much woman as I am man," the "I'm Not The Only One" singer revealed, before reflecting on coming out as gay in 2014. "Looking back on it, it was the fear of saying the wrong thing and offending."