During her performance at the Victorious Festival in Portsmouth, Ellie Goulding encountered a mishap when she was hit in the face by a pyro flame. The incident took place while she was delivering an emotional rendition of her new song “Miracle.” Startled by the untimely pyrotechnic mishap, Ellie let out an audible scream and an expletive before quickly moving away from the pyro equipment and clutching her face in response to the impact.
Dressed in a stylish black asymmetrical top and jeans, Ellie had been entertaining the audience with a collection of her most well-known hits. Despite the unsettling incident, she maintained her composure and continued her performance, passionately gripping the microphone to showcase her signature vocals. This event followed a cryptic post Ellie shared amid her recent marriage split.
The Victorious Festival, which draws over 170,000 attendees, also featured performances by other artists like Mumford & Sons, Raye, and Kasabian. Ellie Goulding, who is now newly single, offered enigmatic advice to her followers to “keep going” in a post where she shared images from a luxurious vacation with her two-year-old son, Arthur. The images captured moments of joy between Ellie and her son, whom she shares with her husband, Caspar Jopling. Ellie and Caspar are currently taking time apart due to their busy schedules affecting their marriage, but sources suggest they are still on amicable terms and co-parenting their son. Despite the challenges, there have been indications that the couple may work on rebuilding their relationship.
In recent times, Ellie Goulding has provided glimpses into her personal life, notably discussing her son Arthur during an appearance on This Morning. She expressed her delight in witnessing her son’s reactions to her music, highlighting his preference for certain songs. She also revealed that she copes with her anxiety and panic attacks by finding solace in her time with her son, as he has helped her manage these challenges that have significantly impacted her life and career.