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Lewis Capaldi fans furious as his documentary ‘goes missing’ from Netflix

Lewis Capaldi fans furious as his documentary ‘goes missing’ from Netflix

LEWIS Capaldi’s army of fans were raging this morning after his documentary went missing on Netflix.

It wasn’t available to watch on the streaming servce at 7am on launch day and frustrated fans ranted on Twitter about it.

APNetflix documentary Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now was missing on the streaming service earlier this morning[/caption]

The pop star opens up on his career rise and living with Tourette’s syndrome

Most had hoped Lewis‘ film about his meteoric rise to fame, humble upbringing in Scotland, and living with Tourette’s syndrome would land on Netflix shortly after midnight.

Writing online earlier, one hit out: “7:15am…. @NetflixUK hasn’t released @LewisCapaldi doc. Whhhhhhy?”

Another said: “Why hasn’t @netflix put @LewisCapaldi documentary on yet. It’s the only thing I’m waiting for!!!”

It’s now up on Netflix now and fans have been raving about it on Twitter all day.

One said: “Give the @LewisCapaldi documentary a watch on @NetflixUK such a kind, beautiful human being.. I love him more after watching this documentary. Well done Netflix #lewiscapaldi”

A second said: “Just watched @LewisCapaldi documentary on @netflix & feel so emotional. We all love you so much Lewis..please know that you absolutely deserve the world and you ARE worthy of all your success, what a talent and all round amazing guy, thank you for sharing your story.”

The Someone You Love singer, 26, was diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome last year and suffers from tics while performing.

In an interview with The Sunday Times, he said he fears his career won’t last if he fails to bring the condition under control.

He said: “It’s only making music that does this to me. Otherwise I can be fine for months at a time.

“So it’s a weird situation. Right now, the trade-off is worth it.

“But if it gets to a point where I’m doing irreparable damage to myself, I’ll quit.

“I hate hyperbole, but it is a very real possibility I will pack music in.”

In an interview with The Sun ahead of the release of his documentary, he said people had wondered if he was on drugs.

Showing visible Tourette’s symptoms while speaking at his favourite Glasgow pub, Lewis told The Sun: “You can probably see it now — I’m twitching a lot ahead of this record. It’s weird because I wasn’t doing it as much on the first album, but I wasn’t as stressed.

“There’s a lot more going on in my life now.

“The biggest thing undoubtedly is second record pressure. It’s triggered by stress, anxiety, and excitement. Basically, any strong emotion, you’re f***ed.

APIt’s now up on Netflix and fans are raving about it on Twitter[/caption]

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