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Sam Smith dressed up as devil for first night of tour following controversial Grammys performance

Sam Smith dressed up as devil for first night of tour following controversial Grammys performance

The singer has yet again pushed the boundaries of fashion

Sam Smith has dressed up as devil yet again for first night of their tour following their controversial Grammys performance.

The 'Unholy' singer took to the stage yesterday (12 April) to kick off their 'Gloria' music tour dressed head-to-toe in what appears to be a very devilish costume.

Complete with red horns and a sequinned pitchfork - it's clear that Smith is making a habit out of donning this particular aesthetic. Check it out:

This is far from the first time that Smith has made waves on social media due to their fashion statements.

Earlier this year (11 April), the 'Like I Can' star rocked up to the BRIT awards wearing a very unique outfit.

And let's just say the fit ruffled some feathers.

A spokesperson for Ofcom told MailOnline: "We received 106 complaints about the BRIT Awards on ITV1.

"The majority of complaints related to Sam Smith's performance, with the remainder about the use of offensive language and consumption of alcohol."

The news came only a week after their equally controversial Grammys performance (6 February).

Smith was joined on stage alongside a troupe of horned dancers who were all surrounded by a fire across the stage, while fellow musician, Kim Petras, performed inside a cage.

Sam Smith performing at the Grammys.
REUTERS / Alamy Stock Photo

It was definitely a sight.

However, it's clear that not everyone was on board with the show after the pair came under fire following the event.

The performance was labelled 'satanic', 'anti-Christian' and 'demonic' by outraged viewers.

But none of that seems to have stopped Smith who has since put on the horns once again to commence their highly-anticipated 'Gloria' world tour at Sheffield's Utilita Arena last night.

Footage from the night shows the singer in a black and red get-up with a three-horned headwear piece and a glitzy pitchfork to complement the look.

This is the third time that Sam Smith has worn a devil-inspired outfit.
YouTube/Wade Lakin

Alongside the props, Smith finished the ensemble with a gold and black corset, fishnets and thigh-high boots.

Fans have not held back their opinions on the singer's fashion choices throughout these past three performances.

One Twitter user wrote: "I know we on the right probably use the word satanic too often but this performance from Sam Smith is literally a tribute to Satan."

A second claimed: "You don't have to be super religious to be disturbed by that Sam Smith devil-worshiping performance."

A third, clearly fuming, added: "Satanism on full display, how utterly disgusting."

While a final person penned: "Sam Smith's performance definitely gave unholy. It honestly gave demonic."

Featured Image Credit: REUTERS / Alamy Stock Photo / YouTube / Wade Lakin

Topics: Celebrity, Music, Fashion