ed sheeran surprises taylor on stage for the last night of the red tour
Live at Ruby Session Club (07/30/14)
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Ruby Sessions, Dara Munnis Photography [x]
I’m going to give you tough love and say that you probably didn’t thoroughly read my answer about the secret shows. Most of these are radio shows so unless you win passes or tickets you can’t get in.
To answer your question, yes you could just show up. You are free to take the chance of seeing him/getting a glimpse of him while entering the venue. Most of the time he’ll stop for fans if he’s not running behind schedule.
He really did, just look at this photo from the other day..
Ed has this body type in which one can gain and lost weight fast with the right diet so I’m not that concerned (what a blessed boy)
I believe he’s still continuing the practice of eating healthy. I think he’s giving his body some rest because when he’s back on tour, they would be expose to unhealthy, fast food everyday.
PS. the belly is still there, not just that noticeable but it won’t go away since he’s not really exercising or anything. It will make a comeback soon.
I see them as “secret shows” just because they are not posted on his site/Facebook page and you can’t buy tickets for those shows. Most if not all of those secret shows are radio organized events. Everything is announced on Twitter about three/two weeks beforehand so what you need to do is follow the right Twitter update accounts.
There are still some days that we don’t know what he’s up to so you really need to be mindful of these things.
For example, you will know when he’ll be in the USA or in Europe so if you are from those place, stay alert for these things.
The accounts to follow: your country’s counterpart of his music label (Warner Music, Atlantic, Asylum, Elektra) Twitter: The (L)A Team , your country’s fan account.
Yeah, that’s all I do really. I believe I follow the right accounts because I learn about these shows eventhough I’m not from that country.
Ed comes in around at 10:00
Of course not, especially when he says it in a way that is really offensive. I just think that you should not think about it that much. I mean, he may have raise some valid points but don’t let everything he says affect you.
I’m a little concerned here, if he’s just ten years old and all he can see in other people are just their mistakes, somewhere along the way (or maybe until now) in his upbringing maybe he’s surrounded by negativity and that could affect him in the long run.
Most of the time kids emulate how the adults around them react or respond to different situations. Seeing as you have some sort of authority over him maybe try changing his mind set a little? For kids, it’s just black and white, there’s no inbetween, they don’t take into consideration the different factor that could affect someone. Try explaining it to him. Maybe you could try to make him more open minded and see things in a better light.
(also includes Loyal, No Diggity and The Next Episode )