Lewis Capaldi thanked the Glastonbury crowd for their support

He had to cancel a number of gigs in the lead-up to the festival. The Scottish singer-songwriter, who performed on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday afternoon, said he was “extremely sorry” for canceling his previous shows, but that he needed to “rest and recover”.

He told the crowd at Glastonbury: “I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone who’s come out tonight. I’ve been really struggling the last few weeks, and I’ve had to cancel a few shows.

“But I’m here now, and I’m so glad to be here. Thank you for having me.”

Capaldi’s performance at Glastonbury was met with rave reviews, with many fans praising his honesty and vulnerability.

One fan tweeted: “Lewis Capaldi’s Glastonbury set was so emotional. He was so honest and open with the crowd, and it was really refreshing to see. I’m so glad he was able to perform.”

Another fan said: “Lewis Capaldi’s Glastonbury set was one of the most powerful things I’ve ever seen. He’s such a talented singer-songwriter, and his lyrics really hit home. I’m so glad I got to see him perform.”

Capaldi’s Glastonbury performance was a reminder of his immense talent and popularity. It’s clear that he has a special connection with his fans, and they were there to support him through thick and thin.

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