Lewis Capaldi is having health problems, but Piers Morgan and Dan Walker are giving him a lot of help.
The singer, who is 26 years old, performed on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury on Saturday night. He had said earlier this month that he would be taking a break from all of his obligations until the music event.
The hitmaker was emotional during his show because of his Tourette’s symptoms. He started losing his voice while singing, so he had to apologize to the crowd.
Even though he was coughing and finding it hard to sing, his fans gathered around him and helped him sing his hit songs.
Lewis has been open about how hard it has been for him to deal with Tourette’s. Tourette’s is a nerve condition that causes people to make noises and move in ways they don’t want to. It can also cause speech and voice problems.
Lewis walked across the stage and sang short parts of the song while the kind crowds sang at the top of their lungs to show their support for the star.
A video of the performance was posted on social media, and a number of popular people liked and commented on it.
“Wow,” wrote Piers. This was great. Lewis Capaldi did a great job of not giving up, and the crowd at Glastonbury2023 did a great job of singing him through his obvious problems.