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  • Ed Sheeran cosies up to his fiancée Cherry Seaborn in rare snap

    The singer, 27, and his partner Cherry, 26, looked as loved-up as ever as they watched a football match between Ipswich Town and Nottingham Forest on Saturday afternoon.

    Mail Online
  • Ed Sheeran sings ‘Shape of You’

    Ed Sheeran performs ‘Shape of You’ at Global Citizen Festival in South Africa. The festival celebrates Nelson Mandela’s legacy.

    MSNBC.com
  • Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran and our expectations of men and women

    The pair performed a duet at a festival but while Beyoncé looked magical, Sheeran dressed like he had come from a lock-in at the student union Why are people upset about the photos of Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran performing together? Michael, by email Ahh, to see a world in a grain of sand, as William Blake wrote. Just possibly, he was not referring to Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé, but also he possibly was. Who are we to impose limitations on genius? Anyway, last weekend, two of the biggest pop stars in the...

    the Guardian
  • Ed Sheeran is wildly underdressed next to Beyoncé

    Fans on Twitter were not pleased with the “Shape of You” singer’s choice in attire.

    Page Six
  • People are divided over Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran's clashing outfits

    People have feelings over Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran's outfit choices.  The two stars performed a duet of "Perfect" during the Global Citizens Festival in South Africa on Sunday. Her stunning headlining set included six outfit changes, including a frilly magenta masterpiece.  SEE ALSO: Beyoncé came to slay with her iconic 'Phoni Braxton' Halloween costume Ed Sheeran, on the other hand, looks like he just walked off the set of an indie coming of age movie set in the mid-2000s. He donned a short...

    Mashable
  • Ed Sheeran plays 'Bloodstream' at Global Citizen Festival

    Ed Sheeran plays 'Bloodstream' at Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa.

    MSNBC.com
  • Ed Sheeran: the man most likely to send us to sleep

    A new study on what music we reach for to help us sleep suggests that, along with Mozart, Chopin and Coldplay, Sheeran is a favourite choice There is something rather lovely in finding that, as adults, we still choose to send ourselves to sleep with a lullaby – even if it is more likely to be Ed Sheeran’s hit Galway Girl than Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. A new study by researchers at the University of Sheffield, published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE, sought to discover how people use...

    the Guardian