Watch Sam Smith Perform "Writing's On the Wall" With an Orchestra

“It’s just so high. I have to grab my balls, it’s awful.”

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Sam Smith‘s James Bond Spectre theme song “Writing’s On the Wall” got its TV debut on October 23 on The Graham Norton Show. The UK singer sang the dramatic ballad with an orchestra and reveals that he was very nervous because of how difficult the song was to sing live. He shares: “I’ve only actually sang the song once. I did the demo in the studio, and they used it. It’s horrible to sing. Horrible. I almost regret — no, I don’t regret … It’s just so high. I have to grab my balls, it’s awful.” Watch it above and let us know how you think he did.

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