Zayn Malik Maybe Leaning On Adele For Anxiety Support | Music News – Conversations About Her

Zayn Malik Maybe Leaning On Adele For Anxiety Support | Music News

Conversations About Her

Zayn Malik Maybe Leaning On Adele For Anxiety Support | Music News

Zayn Malik 20.06.2016ANDREW

 

Zayn Malik is reportedly seeking advice from Adele on how to handle his anxiety. The former One Direction star has suffered from panic attacks and anxiety for much of his career and it has now been reported by the press that he is looking for help from fellow sufferer, Adele.

 

Adele, who previously suffered from “anxiety attacks, constant panicking on stage”, had said that she would never perform at a festival because “the thought of an audience that big frightens the life out of me”.

 

She is now set to headline Glastonbury next weekend. Malik pulled out of performing at the Capital Summertime Ball earlier this month at the last minute, citing his anxiety issues. He released a statement saying, “my anxiety that has haunted me throughout the last few months around live performances has gotten the better of me.  With the magnitude of the event, I have suffered the worst anxiety of my career”.

 

Sources are also now reporting that Malik is keen to overcome his difficulties, saying, “Zayn’s management are doing everything they can to help him because its having a major impact on his career”.

 

“I believe [they have] been in touch with Adele’s manager Jonathan Dickins about it because Adele got a lot of help with panic attacks and stage fright – and look at her now. They’re pulling in people who can help him because he can overcome this and if he’s going to stay in music and singing he absolutely has to get it under control.  After the issue last weekend it has become a matter of urgency”.

 

Hopefully Malik may even be headlining Glastonbury himself in future.

 

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