Ed Sheeran’s Music Popular With Dead People Who Can’t Hear Any More

Co-op Funeralcare has a funny list feature for the internet. It compiled a chart of the most popular songs people request to have played at their funerals, with the key point of interest being that traditional hymns are on the way out, replaced by the pop bangers of our youth. Read More >>

Ed Sheeran Lands Part in New Danny Boyle Film

Ed Sheeran is about to make a proper move into ack-ting after his one-off cameo in Game of Thrones, with the popular* singer taking on a larger role in a future production by short-lived Bond director and honorary 2012 Olympian Danny Boyle. Read More >>

Ed Sheeran Concert to Bring Misery to People Who Can’t Even Hear it

Four solid gold nights of Ed Sheeran singing his song about that woman's body are to bring chaos to the people of Bristol, with drivers warned that the M4 and M5 and all their glorious associated interchanges might be clogged more than usual because of all the people heading in to see the singer's shows. Read More >>

Newts Delay Construction of Church of Sheeran

Musical magnolia man Ed Sheeran has been forced to pause development of a little chapel he was planning to build on his estate in Suffolk, thanks to concerns that his expansive ill-gotten grounds may contain colonies of great crested newts. Read More >>

Sheeran Wants to Sheeran-ise Eurovision Next

Ed Sheeran has noticed somewhere currently mostly free of Ed Sheeran that he thinks might benefit from having an Ed Sheeran injection — Eurovision. Read More >>

Ed Sheeran Sulks Off Twitter Because No One Seems to Like Him

Ed Sheeran, the mysteriously omnipresent pop phenomenon, has had it with people being mean to him on Twitter. His 19m followers will have to make do with links shared from Instagram now, as he's done with anonymous people having a pop at him. Read More >>

Ed Sheeran “Owes it All” to Spotify

Singer songwriter Ed Sheeran has come out windmilling wildly in support of streaming service Spotify, saying his generation of digital native fans expect to stream music rather than buy stuff -- and that's OK as he rakes it in through live ticket sales. Read More >>