Capaldi battles Tourette's, fame, anxiety

Lewis Capaldi struggles with forming new relationships due to Tourette's, fame, and anxiety.

He has been open about his Tourette's diagnosis and the tics he displays on stage.

He feels scared and self-conscious in public, constantly analyzing his actions.

Lewis is good at self-analysis but struggles with self-censorship.

He avoids talking about controversial issues and prefers not to share his opinions.

Lewis admits to suffering panic attacks after drinking and fears saying or doing something regrettable.

He worries that his Tourette's may eventually force him to quit his music career.

He is trying to manage the issue but acknowledges that it may be challenging.

Playing guitar helps him cope, but he hates it.

Lewis acknowledges that he is a walking contradiction.