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The Daily Lowdown: Lewis Capaldi admits fears that he might have to quit music
Francesca Shillcock
Senior Features Writer
3 April 2023
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In today’s episode of The Daily Lowdown, we are talking about Lewis Capaldi’s worries about being forced to quit music due to a medical condition, Lana Del Rey’s incredible new album, BTS star Suga’s solo career - and the amazing Olivier Award winners. 

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Lewis Capaldi has shared his fears that he will have to quit music if his Tourette syndrome progresses. The Someone You Loved singer opened up in a new interview explaining that making music and performing worsens his symptoms. Lewis added that although the trade-off is worth it at the moment, he'll have to quit music if he starts to do irreparable damage to himself. 

The Scottish singer also told the times that trying to get on top of the issue is difficult. Lewis is set to open up more about his career and personal life in his new Netflix documentary, How I'm Feeling Now, which will land on the streaming giant on the 5 April.

lewis capaldi sings on tour© Photo: Getty Images
Lewis opened up about the situation

Lana Del Rey's new album is off to a brilliant start after just a week of sales. The singer's new record, called Did You Know That There's a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, has given Lana her biggest week to date in terms of streaming data and it marks her biggest release since Honeymoon eight years ago. And the Video Games singer is having success in the UK too as she landed the no1 spot on the albums chart last week. Meanwhile, her big week of sales comes shortly after the artist got engaged to her partner Evan Winiker, according to Billboard.

Lana is seen wearing her engagement ring © Steve Granitz
Lana is seen wearing her engagement ring

Jodie Comer and Paul Mescal were the big winners at the 2023 Olivier Awards at the Royal Albert Hall. The Killing Eve actress picked up the award for Best Actress in her show, Prima Facie, meanwhile, Oscar-nominee Paul Mescal picked up Best Actor for his portrayal in the revival of A Streetcar Named Desire. Paul took to the stage to collect his win and gave his mum, who is undergoing cancer treatment, an emotional shout-out wishing her to get well soon.

Jodie Comer wore a ruffle gown by Alexander McQueen © Getty
Jodie Comer wore a ruffle gown by Alexander McQueen

BTS star Suga has confirmed the release date for his solo album. The star confirmed on social media that his new record, titled D-Day, will drop on the 21 April and will be released under his alias Agust D. Suga's album will arrive shortly before he heads off on a huge solo tour, he'll be putting on a string of shows from April to June across Asia, and the US. Fans will also get a glimpse of the singer's successful venture into a solo career in his upcoming Disney plus documentary, Road to D-Day, which was teased last month.

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Speaking of Awards it was a big night Stateside as the Country Music Television awards took place in Austin Texas. The glitzy night saw some of the biggest names from country music come together including Shania Twain, Kane Brown and Carrie Underwood. Shania picked up one of the biggest wins of the night when she was honoured with the CMT Equal Play Award, which celebrates artists who are advocates for elevating diverse and underrepresented voices in country music. Shania gave an impassioned speech vowing to continue championing other artists who deserve recognition. Head over to hello magazine to see some of the biggest moments from the night.

Shania Twain attends the 2023 CMT Music Awards at Moody Center on April 02, 2023 in Austin, Texas.© Getty
Shania Twain at the CMT Music Awards

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