The musician presented Dua Lipa with the award for Best British Album at 02 Arena on Tuesday May 11, but the sound continued to drop as he spoke.
That’s because Capaldi kept swearing, which left the producers on the edge of their seats.
“Hello mothers,” he said, adding, “I’m sweating. It’s like a swamp there – sweaty bollocks.
After saying it was ‘great’ not to be home after the lockdown, Capaldi said, ‘It’s been a great year for albums, especially because I haven’t released any yet.’
Capaldi, who was reading a pre-written map, joked: “And obviously let’s hope Scotland wins at the Euro. “
When the London crowd laughed at booing, Capaldi exclaimed: “I didn’t write that!”
Fans watching at home were entertained, with many calling the chaotic moment “the best part” of the ceremony.
Host Jack Whitehall was also muted earlier in the evening, leaving many Twitter users wondering what he said.
Turns out, it was his use of the term “corporate w *** ers” that caused bosses to drown him.
The ceremony marked the first large-scale indoor event since March of last year.
The procedure got off to a spectacular start with a Course of action Whitehall sketch. Meanwhile, there were performances by Coldplay, Arlo Parks, Dua Lipa and Elton John and Olly Alexander.
The winners were Little Mix, Arlo Parks, Haim and The Weeknd. Find a full list here.