Lewis Capaldi, the Scottish singer, apologized to the Glastonbury audience after losing his voice mid-song during his headline performance. 

He addressed the crowd, acknowledging his vocal struggles but expressed his determination to continue.

Capaldi asked the audience to sing along with him, and they responded by collectively singing the lyrics when his voice faltered.

The heartwarming moment received admiration on social media, with users praising Capaldi's courage and the crowd's support.

Capaldi, who has been open about his mental health struggles, revealed in 2022 that he had been diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome.

He had received Botox injections to reduce twitching but still experiences symptoms during times of excitement or stress.

Capaldi recently canceled his concert series leading up to Glastonbury to prioritize rest and recovery.

He announced at Glastonbury that he plans to extend his touring hiatus beyond the festival but hopes to return to performing in the future.