Zayn Malik Seeks Help From Adele To Combat Anxiety

Super Adele to the rescue?


by Rebecca Cox |
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Zayn Malik could be seeking help to deal with his anxiety from Adele, according to reports.

The former One Direction star pulled out of an appearance at the Summertime Ball last weekend with crippling anxiety, and his team has reportedly reached out to Adele’s people for advice.

Adele, who is set to headline Glastonbury next weekend, said in an interview a couple of years ago: “I have anxiety attacks, constant panicking on stage, my heart feels like it’s going to explode because I never feel like I’m going to deliver, ever.

“I will not do festivals. The thought of an audience that big frightens the life out of me.

"I don’t think the music would work either. It’s all too slow. I’d hate to book a festival and have a ******* anxiety attack and then not go on stage.”

Zayn Malik

With her series of sell-out O2 shows and upcoming Glastonbury slot, Adele has obviously found a way to cope with her anxiety and panic attacks, and according to reports, Malik’s team are hoping she can help.

“Zayn’s management are doing everything they can to help him because its having a major impact on his career,” a source told The Sunday Mirror.

“I believe she been in touch with Adele’s manager Johnathan 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.”

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