Fans of Lewis Capaldi have been reassured that the singer is doing well after a video of him twitching circulated on social media. The video caused concern among fans, but Capaldi took to social media to put their worries to rest and assure them that he’s alright. You can see the video and Lewis’ response below:

Credit: @lewiscapaldi / TikTok

Scottish singer-songwriter, Lewis Capaldi, had to address fans’ worries after a video of him appearing to have a slight twitching movement went viral on social media. The video, which was taken at one of his performances, sparked concern among fans who took to social media to inquire about his well-being. In response, Capaldi posted a message on his social media platforms to assure his fans that he was perfectly fine and that the twitching was a result of a minor muscle spasm. The 26-year-old also thanked his fans for their concern and support, and reassured them that he would be back to performing as usual.

Credit: @lewiscapaldi / TikTok

The Scottish leader reminded his followers that he has Tourette’s syndrome, a condition that causes him to have certain ‘tics’ that manifest in different ways. These tics can include twitching or sudden movements in the shoulders, which may appear as if he is not in control of his body. However, he emphasized that this is simply a part of how his nervous system functions and nothing to be alarmed about. He is used to it and it is nothing out of the ordinary for him.

In the TikTok video, Capaldi says:

“Hello it’s Lewis here. I’ve seen this video here doing the rounds on TikTok and I see a lot of people in the comments concerned because I’m twitching quite a lot. I’m doing this quite a lot and look a bit uncomfortable.

“I’ve got Tourette’s so I’m just twitching quite a bit but it’s not an issue in the slightest.

“I’m absolutely fine. It’s just that this happens when I get tired, nervous, excited or whatever so it just gets more intense.

“I’m not doing it now at all because I’m lying in my bed in my pants but this is at the end of an hour and a half gig and I’m singing in front of 15,000 people.

Credit: @lawiscapaldi / TikTok

In September of last year, Lewis came forward and shared with his peers that he had been living with Tourette’s for quite some time. He revealed that he had been diagnosed in March, but had been experiencing symptoms for years prior to that and had not recognized it as Tourette’s.

What is tourette syndrome?

Tourettes is a condition where a person has these sudden and uncontrollable urges to make noises or movements, called tics. These tics can be different for everyone, some people might blink a lot, others might make noises, or even curse.

For Lewis, it probably hasn’t been easy. Living with Tourettes can be tough because you can’t really control when the tics happen, and it can make it hard for people to understand or accept. It’s also likely that he’s had to deal with people staring or making fun of him because of his tics. But the good news is, with the right support and treatment, people with Tourettes can learn to manage their symptoms and live full lives.

How does Lewis Capaldi’s Tourette’s affect his music?

Capaldi has stated that his Tourette’s can make it difficult for him to perform on stage at times, but he has also said that it has not affected his ability to write and perform music. He has also used his platform to raise awareness about Tourette’s and to advocate for people with the condition.

How does Lewis Capaldi manage his Tourette’s during performances?

Capaldi has spoken about using medication to manage his symptoms during performances and has also spoken about how he tries to channel his tics into his performance. He has also talked about how he uses breathing exercises and mental preparation to help him manage his symptoms on stage.

Has Lewis Capaldi’s Tourette’s ever affected his ability to perform or tour?

Capaldi has stated that his Tourette’s can make it difficult for him to perform at times, but he has also said that it has not affected his ability to tour. He has been open about how he manages his condition while on tour, and he has not cancelled any shows or tours due to his Tourette’s.