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Tourette Syndrome of Singer Lewis Capaldi is ‘Getting Worse: Contemplating Music Career End

Tourette Syndrome of Singer Lewis Capaldi is 'Getting Worse: Contemplating Music Career End
If Lewis Capaldi's Tourette syndrome gets worse, he might stop performing. (Photo: Redferns/Jo Hale)

Tourette Syndrome of singer Lewis Capaldi, the “Someone You Loved”, stated his stage tic is growing worse.

Tourette Syndrome of Singer Lewis Capaldi is 'Getting Worse: Contemplating Music Career End

On February 16, 2023, in Berlin, Lewis Capaldi gives a live performance on stage during a concert held at the Mercedes-Benz Arena. (Photo: Redferns/Frank Hoensch)

Tourette Syndrome of singer Lewis Capaldi

Touring musicians, like Lewis Capaldi, are exhausted. The 26-year-old musician struggles with Tourette syndrome onstage, which he just confessed may force him to abandon music.

Tourette Syndrome of singer Lewis Capaldi which he is contemplating for his music career to come to an end, told The Times on April 1 that his stage tic was worsening. “I’m trying to get on top of that. If I can’t, I’m f–ked. It’s easier when I play guitar, but I hate playing guitar. I know, I’m a walking contradiction.”

Tourette’s, which the Mayo Clinic defines as “repetitive movements or unwanted sounds (tics) that can’t be easily controlled,” was originally revealed by Capaldi last year. His admirers sang his No. 1 song “Someone You Loved” while he rested earlier this year.

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Contemplating Music Career End

In his statement, “It’s only making music that does this to me,” the Grammy nominee told the outlet. “Otherwise I’m fine for months. It’s odd. The trade-off is worth it now.” as well as “But if I’m inflicting irreversible damage to myself, I’ll quit,” he said. “I dislike hyperbole, but I may have to carry music.”

On a September Instagram Live, Tourette Syndrome of Singer Lewis Capaldi is discussed on his post. His Netflix documentary How I’m Feeling Now releases Wednesday (April 5). “The worst part about it is when I’m enthusiastic, worried, or joyful, I get it,” he stated at the time. “It happens often.”

“Some days are worse than others,” he said. That appears worse than it is. It can be uncomfortable, but it passes.

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