During a recent performance in London, Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi experienced a bout of Tourette's syndrome on stage. However, instead of stopping the show, Capaldi's fans stepped in and finished the song for him.
During a recent concert in Frankfurt, Germany, Lewis Capaldi experienced a bout of Tourette's syndrome on stage.
The singer, who has been open about his diagnosis, pulled out his biggest hit, "Someone You Loved" as the closer
During the track, he stepped back from the mic as he experienced a flare-up of tics.
The audience was quick to step in though, finishing off the lyrics in an emotional video.
The moment has since gone viral on social media as fans praise both Capaldi for his bravery and the audience for their support.
Lewis himself addressed the viral video in a TikTok, recognising that there are a few people out there who didn't fully understand what was going on.
THIS IS AT THE END OF AN HOUR AND HALF GIG, AND I'M SINGING IN FRONT OF 15,000 PEOPLE, SO I'M TIRED, AND I'M ALSO VERY EXCITED BECAUSE THE WHOLE ARENA IS SINGING MY SONGS BACK TO ME. BUT YEAH I'M FINE, AND THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME TO THE GIG THAT NIGHT, IT WAS INCREDIBLE