Singer of the hit “Shape of you” ed Sheeran shared his plans for Christmas together with the girl cherry Seaborn, which he found for the third year. On Friday, the singer attended the KIIS 102.7’s Jingle Ball FM’and told reporters about his plans.
“We bought the game What Do You Meme? — You know this game?” says Sheeran. “I want to play it with the family of my girlfriend. She lives just a couple miles from me. So, I usually celebrate Christmas in your house, and then going to her.”
In addition to the game, the rules of which you want to associate a photo with your meme from the Internet, Sheeran is going specifically to get drunk at Christmas. “We’ll play the 12 pubs of Christmas. We will have to go through 12 pubs, each of which will have a pint,” talks about his plans for the singer.
Sheeran and Seaborn, 24, familiar since high school and recently began living together. “She’s very cool,” said Sheeran on the Ellen DeGeneres. “We have two cats, named Kalipo and Doritos, and they’re both very strange creatures. They sit like people. It’s very strange. When you walk by, they look at you.”
In addition, Sheeran very focused on work and not allow his free time, he spends with his girlfriend, to influence their music. “I’m focused on work and can not work under the influence, I can’t write songs under the influence, can’t give concerts under the influence — so the more I work the less. I worked my whole life to get to where I am and can’t lose it all because of something I do in my spare time.”
To cope with loaded touring schedule and helps ed family and girlfriend. “Next to me are lovely people and my beloved family. I get high.”
Most recently, ed presented the album “Divided”. Ed’s favourite song from the new album — romantic and touching ballad about love Perfect. A month ago, she released the official lyric video, and today he released the full clip. “Even in school I met one girl. This song is the story of my first love,” says ed. He even writes songs about nothing, they are all based on his life: “I take inspiration from everything that happens around me. Without exception, I do not focus only on the good”.