Love Island winner Paige Turley sings club classics on a boozy night out in Glasgow in unearthed clip


LOVE Island winner Paige Turley sings club classics on a boozy night out in a Glasgow pub in an unearthed clip.

The video shows the blonde bombshell sing her heart out on stage to Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry.

Paige singing club classics at her local pub

Paige was singing at The Courtyard Pub in Hamilton where she had a monthly singing slot, according to the Daily Record.

The bar staff watched Paige win the final alongside her hunky boyfriend Finn Tapp on Sunday.

A spokesperson for the bar said: “Massive congratulations Paige.

“We were rooting for you and were absolutely buzzing to see you win. So deserved. Look forward to having a Courtyard Sunday with you again soon!”

Paige was launching her singing career before Love Island
Paige singing on Love Island

Though Paige – who is the ex-girlfriend to Lewis Capaldi – has a long history of music.

She reached the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent in 2012 by singing Birdy’s Skinny Love.

The talented Islander also performed Show Me Love during Love Island’s talent show.

Paige dated Lewis on and off from 2014 to 2016 after meeting at college in Motherwell.

Following their split, devastated Lewis channelled his heartache into hit album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.

Paige auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent when she was just 14
She dated Lewis Capaldi as a teenager and the heartbreak inspired his album

Speaking previously about his inspiration for the record, he said: I met a lady.

She was very nice. I loved her. I loved the look of her and I loved how she spoke.

We dated for a year-and-a-half, then she left me. Then I wrote an album about it and I still think about it every day.

However, he claims the song Someone You Loved is about his late grandma rather than her.

At the 2020 Brit Awards, he said:”Contrary to popular belief, a lot of people think this song is about my ex-girlfriend, who you can now see every night on Love Island.”

Laughing as the audience cheered, he continued: “It’s actually about my grandmother who has sadly passed away a few years ago.

“I hope to god that ITV don’t contact her to be on a reality TV dating show.”