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Lewis Capaldi’s How I’m Feeling Now Netflix Documentary

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Lewis Capaldi has officially got his own Netflix documentary! The “Forget Me” singer announced the news on 9 March via a typically hilarious Instagram video as he revealed he is “pretty terrified” for fans to see it, but “so so proud”. In the video, he dresses up as characters from iconic Netflix shows including: a period dress to represent “Bridgerton“; a masked man from “Squid Game“; Joe Exotic from “The Tiger King” complete with mullet, naturally; wearing a boilersuit from “Orange is the New Black“; a robber from “Money Heist”; and in pigtails worn by Jenna Ortega in “Wednesday”. He finally appears dressed as himself in a hoodie and joggers to announce that he is joining the Netflix family.

The feature-length documentary is called “How I’m Feeling Now” and follows the 26-year-old as he returns to his family home in Scotland following his rise to fame. As he begins to work on his second album, due for release in May, the documentary will cover Capaldi discussing the ups and downs of life in the spotlight. “This started out as a film about the process of creating the ‘difficult second album’ but ended up being an astonishingly unguarded portrait of the pressures of fame on young shoulders, exploring one of the great conversations of our age – mental health,” said Sam Bridger, head of music film at Pulse Films, as per Variety.

In addition to Capaldi’s successful career, he recently opened up about his Tourette’s diagnosis, which causes a person to make involuntary sounds and movements called tics. During an Instagram Live in September, he told fans: “My shoulder twitches when I am excited, happy, nervous or stressed. It is something I am living with. It is not as bad as it looks. It’s a new thing. I haven’t really learnt much about it.” During a recent performance in Berlin in Feb., the crowd stepped in to help sing “Someone You Loved” when he experience a flare-up of Tourette’s on stage.

While being catapulted to fame undoubtedly comes with its issues, Capaldi is known for being funny on social media and not taking himself too seriously. Take, for example, his brilliant response to Brits host Mo Gilligan calling him Sam. Capaldi’s no-holds-barred documentary is bound to be an emotional rollercoaster, but one that is sure to be peppered with his sense of humour, too. The Netflix show premieres on 5 April — we’ll be there to press play.



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