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  • - She told me today you quit smoking.

  • Congratulations, you quit smoking.

  • - Thank you.

  • [cheers and applause]

  • - That's really good.

  • Now, how did you do it? Just willpower, or...

  • - Yeah, it was cold-- it was cold turkey.

  • I realized that I'd been smoking for ten years,

  • and that's bad. - Mm-hmm.

  • - And I was, like-- 'cause it always--

  • like, I started smoking when I was younger.

  • And I'd always say, like, "I'm gonna quit, I'm gonna quit."

  • And then, like, I'd always been, "I haven't been smoking

  • for that long, it's been for, like, four years," like that.

  • So then when I got to ten years, I was, like,

  • "Mm, I'm probably getting to the point of no return here."

  • So yeah, I, uh-- - How long has it been?

  • - A week and a half, but that's, like, that's--

  • - A week and a--yeah. - No, no, come on.

  • That's--that's--

  • [cheers and applause]

  • - Here's the thing. - I usually--I usually

  • start again after, like, three or four days.

  • I feel like if you make it past a week,

  • the rest of the year will be good.

  • - Well, the fact that you're talking about it now,

  • it'll be embarrassing if people see you smoking

  • because you've said this, and-- - Yeah, well, no.

  • I've given up before. I gave up for a year before.

  • And then I started again. It's usually so--

  • there's certain things that will--

  • - I thought you just said if you get past a week, you're okay.

  • And now--now you said you've stopped for a year.

  • - I did. I stopped for--I stopped drinking and smoking

  • for a year in 2011. - Yeah.

  • - The reason I kind of, like, smoked so much

  • is, like, it was just a-- it was--it was like a routine.

  • Like, I'd do--do a sound check, have a cigarette,

  • do a gig, have a cigarette, have food, have a cigarette.

  • And now, like, I'm not really gonna be touring for a while.

  • Or working, so I don't need to.

  • - Sounds like now's the time to smoke, really.

  • There's nothing going on.

  • Can we talk about your latest tattoo that we're not gonna see

  • because the polar bear is covering it.

  • You can see a little bit of it.

  • It's a--well, we have a picture of it, too.

  • It's--this--I thought it was--

  • - No, no, no. I finished it, I finished it.

  • Like, that's--that's-- - Oh, that's the beginning

  • of it? - That actually looks--

  • when that went up, everyone was, like, "It looks so bad."

  • That is--that was actually bad. I finished it.

  • - Uh-huh. - It goes--it goes up there now.

  • And up there.

  • - And the reason for putting a lion on your chest is?

  • - Well, this is the thing.

  • A lot of people had a go at me for this.

  • They were, like, "That seems like quite a stupid tattoo."

  • But I played the biggest venue you can play in England

  • and sold out for three nights, which was Wembley Stadium.

  • - That's huge. - And England's national emblem

  • is a lion, so I want-- and all my tattoos are things

  • that I've done in my career, and they're all leading to

  • the middle bit, which is the lion,

  • and that's the stadium.

  • And I feel like, this is, like, every part of my career

  • put into one, and I think it looks cool.

  • I don't really care if anyone else does.

  • - Well, that's all that matters.

  • [cheers and applause]

  • I mean...

  • Listen, I mean, this is incredible

  • to sell out three nights at Wembley Stadium,

  • and it's you and a guitar. - Yeah.

  • - Most people have all these huge shows and dancers

  • and all kinds of things going on.

  • Your voice, I mean, we all love you.

  • Your voice is incredible. You're an amazing songwriter.

  • But that's impressive. - Thank you, thank you.

  • - Congratulations. That's really impressive.

  • [cheers and applause] That's really good.

  • Okay, so let's talk about--

  • the reason you're here is you're introducing us

  • to a new artist, Jamie Lawson.

  • - Oh, you guys are going to love this.

  • This is, like, this is totally up your street.

  • This is--so, yeah, this is a guy that I--

  • I've played gigs with this guy, like, six years ago,

  • and I've always thought he was amazing.

  • And I was always, like, "He needs to get signed."

  • And then someone was, like, "Well, why don't you

  • set up a record label and sign him?"

  • So I did.

  • But his--his song made me cry.

  • And I know that your audience, they like a cry.

  • - Yeah. - So this is--it's gonna be--

  • - I try to make 'em cry as often as I can.

  • And he flew in from Copenhagen to be here.

  • - And he's flying out tonight as well.

  • - And he's flying out tonight, so he flew in just--

  • - I flew in from Paris to be here,

  • and I'm flying out tonight. We flew in just for this.

  • - Well, I love you even more than I did before.

  • [cheers and applause]

  • And when we come back,

  • we're gonna hear your new artist.

  • His name is Jamie Lawson.

  • He's making his U.S. television debut.

  • We'll be right back.

- She told me today you quit smoking.

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