Lewis Capaldi hilariously reacted to the Red Arrows flying past the entire Glastonbury set on Saturday afternoon.
The 26-year-old Scottish singer was shocked and said he practically felt alone after the noisy planes overhead.
It got here simply earlier than a following gathered around him as he struggled with his Tourette’s signs, while on stage after a three-week psychological well-being hiatus.
Joking about the Red Arrows on stage, he mentioned: “Oh by the way, did anyone see those damn planes fly over. Is this normal? Does this happen often?’
Then the crowd replied, “No!” as Lewis continued, “No? Maybe they thought you knew what that Lewis Capaldi set needed? Send those bloody red arrows!
Hilarious: Lewis Capaldi had a hilarious reaction to the departure of the Red Arrows at Glastonbury on Saturday afternoon.
Loud: The Scottish singer, 26, was shocked and said he was almost beside himself after planes flew overhead
He continued: “I’m not going to lie, I freaked out for a minute – I thought we were all screwed!”
The star had canceled all work commitments earlier this month to “rest and recuperate” after the much-anticipated music competition.
Lewis returned to the stage and admitted he had been “really scared” to perform when he opened up about his psychological well-being issues, confirming he will now take another break from the limelight.
Midway through the set, Lewis admitted to struggling with his Tourette’s voice, saying his voice was “soaked” after coughing all that time.
Gilles de la Tourette is a neurological dysfunction characterized by a mixture of involuntary sounds and actions known as tics, which can cause speech and voice abnormalities.
Despite his efforts, Lewis insisted on going forward with his set and his supportive followers rallied around him as the gift came to an emotional close here as the audience sang Someone You Love to him.
In a heartwarming moment, Lewis walked around the Pyramid Stage and sang fast-paced breakdowns of the track as the crowd-pleaser sang heartily in support of the star.
Many followers also took to Twitter after the gift to tweet Lewis, sharing how the emotional crowd was reduced to tears during the final track of his set.
Emotionally: It got here simply earlier than a following rallied around him as he battled his Tourette’s signs, while on stage after a three-week psychological well-being hiatus
Child: During his set, the audience showed their support for the star as he battled his Tourette’s as they sang the lyrics to Someone You Love.
They further insisted the Scottish singer had nothing to apologize for, but praised his “fantastic” gift and praised him for finishing the set despite his struggles.
One fan wrote: “I’m in love with @LewisCapaldi at Glastonbury. I have been coming for years and they are the most efficient units I have ever seen. Nothing to apologize for, everyone around me was crying. Amazing.’
Another said: “Well done @LewisCapaldi. An excellent set and well done for keeping it going. You don’t have to apologize at all for a fantastic show.
While a third tweeted: “Lewis Capaldi’s final song was such an emotional watch, he gave it his all well!!”
A fourth commented: “Fantastic show at Glastonbury mate take a break mate you come first health comes first.”
And another said: ‘@LewisCapaldi thank you for pushing #Glasto love you. Also, while you said you were struggling, you made us rock and eat our heads with your great songs. Get some rest dude.’
Despite the incredible help from his followers, Lewis appeared dejected as he left the stage and thanked his followers for their help after being presented with the song.
During his pre-headline Guns N Roses heyday, Lewis had apologized to followers for “packing” his voice, but insisted on sticking with his set as he admitted he was “annoyed” at himself.
He mentioned: “My voice is very strong, so I’m really sorry, it’s the worst place for it to happen. However, we’re going to play two extra songs, despite the fact that I can’t sing very well.
“I’m so sorry before we go on because it’s a terrible pain in the ass. You’ve all come out and I’m so sorry my voice is breaking.
He then sang Hold Me While You Wait while enjoying the guitar, with followers singing along to the lyrics when he had to stop singing for a while.
Between songs, the crowd went wild as they cheered him on, while he paused for a moment and can very well be heard coughing as he wrestled with his Gilles de la Tourette.
He then mentioned, “Glastonbury, I’m really sorry, I’m a bit down on myself right here,” prompting the gang to cheer him on and chant his identity in a sweet second.
Lewis then closed the gift with his smash hit Someone You Love and the gang backed him up as he struggled to sing.
On stage, Lewis further confirmed that he could be taking another break, telling followers that they won’t be seeing “much” of him for the rest of the year.
He mentioned: “I think I’m going to take another little break in the next couple of weeks and you probably won’t see me for the rest of the year.”
Regarding his three-week break, Lewis said: “I took three weeks off because I was on and off at the beginning and I needed a break for my head and my psychological well-being. I’m doing Glastonbury, which is so incredible.
“I was scared but you really put my mind at ease, I’m so sorry,” he continued.
His return to the stage comes after Lewis canceled all work commitments earlier this month to “rest and recuperate” at Glastonbury.
He shared how he wants time to focus on his well-being, just like the present, which meant a lack of efficiency at the Capital’s Summertime Ball.
Revealed: Lewis has returned to the stage and admitted he was “scared” to perform when he opened up about his psychological well-being issues, confirming he could take another break.
Baby: Tearful: Many followers also took to Twitter after the gift to send Lewis rants, insisting he has nothing to apologize for, instead praising him for persevering with his kit.
In a statement on Instagram, he said: “Hi everyone, hope you are well. This is a very difficult post and it pains me to write it.
“But I am very sorry that I have to cancel all commitments from now until I play at Glastonbury on June 24.
“It’s been such an incredible time leading up to this new album and to see all the support from everyone is more than I could have ever dreamed of.”
Lewis recently opened up about his psychological well-being points and Tourette syndrome in the new Netflix documentary How I’m Feeling Now.