Singer Ed Sheeran tested Covid positive, apologies and request to be safeHollywood
The “Perfect” singer Ed Sheeran tested positive. The news comes just days before the release of his fourth studio album, which will be out on October 29.
Singer Ed Sheeran tested COVID positive, apologies and request to be safe The “Perfect” singer Ed Sheeran tested positive. The news comes just days before the release of his fourth studio album, which will be out on October 29.
British singer-songwriter Edward Christopher Sheeran has tested positive for Covid-19. The singer of “Shape of You” took Instagram to convey this message that he has tested positive for coronavirus. He admits to isolating himself as well.
He wrote on teddys photos that hello guys, want to inform you all that I’ve unfortunately tested positive for Covid-19, thus I’m currently self-isolating and following government guidelines strictly.’ He continued, ‘It directly means that I won’t be able to continue with any in-person obligations for the time being, so I’ll be doing as many of my planned interviews/performances from home as possible. If I have disappointed anyone, then in that case please accept my apologies. Everyone stay safe.’
After the confirmation of the news that Sheeran is Covid positive, fans commenting and wishes him a quick recovery.
The sad news comes just days before the release of Sheeran’s fourth studio album, which will be out on October 29. He was also set to perform as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live on November 6, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Before Ed’s fourth album, ‘= (Equals),’ the singer released two tracks Bad Habits and Shivers. Both charted on the Billboard Hot 100 shortly after their release. ‘Shivers’ reached No. 10 on the charts, while ‘Bad Habits’ reached No. 2.
Spotify ranked ‘Perfect’ singer the second most streamed artist of the decade. His Tour, which began in March 2017, became the highest-grossing of all time in August 2019. Sheeran, a National Youth Theatre graduate, has appeared in a variety of films, including the 2019 blockbuster ‘Yesterday.’