The complete lineup for 2017's Glastonbury Festival in the U.K. has been leaked online a few days back, and one of the names shown to headline the festival is Ed Sheeran. While event organizer Emily Eavis is adamant that the leaked information is false, the musician seems to have something else to say.
Huffington Post reported that Sheeran was cornered in a recent interview regarding headlining alongside the Foo Fighters and Radiohead. When asked if he would be part of the performers on the Pyramid Stage, Ed initially said that he did not know yet. Later on, he did state that he could appear on another festival, without clarifying which one it would be.
Eavis, on the other hand, went on Twitter to tell everyone that the actual lineup for the event, taking place on June 21-25, has not been released yet. According to that lineup, singer Diana Ross would take the stage under the "legends," with Dolly Parton and Lionel Ritchie previously taking the stage.
Meanwhile, it seems that another celebrity is affected by the fame of Ed Sheeran. Rupert Grint, made famous by his role as Ron Weasley in the "Harry Potter" franchise, has been mistaken as the singer multiple times. According to Unreality TV, Grint has admitted into playing along with people who take him as Ed, including celebrities. The likeness of the two has been capitalized by the musician already, having Grint appear as Sheeran's stalker in the music video for 2011 song "Lego House."
Ed Sheeran has just released his new album on March 3, titled "Divide." The 12-track album includes recent singles "Castle on a Hill" and "Shape of You", and marks the return of the musician after a year-long hiatus both in social media and in real life. The album is getting generally good reviews, with some calling it his greatest collection.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.