After watching VH1’s Storytellers with Ed Sheeran, you probably thought you heard every story Sheeran had to share— but you thought wrong. Sheeran had to refrain from “Thinking Out Loud” with this particular story he’s been dying to tell because it’s too kinky for TV.
Still recovering from VH1’s Storytellers featuring Ed Sheeran from over the weekend?! So are we, but how can we move on with life after watching one of the greatest nights in music with our favorite red headed musician? It’ll be tough, but luckily we have photos and video of every single amazing moment from the show.
Last night Ed Sheeran broke TV with his unforgettable live VH1 Storyteller performance in Dublin. Whether you were turning up at Whelan’s bar or home singing-along on the couch, it was an event you didn’t want to miss. He played hit after hit, including “Thinking out Loud,” “Don’t” and “Lego House,” but one that really stood out was a jaw-dropping cover of “Vincent” by Don McLean.
Tickets to Ed Sheeran’s Dublin performance for VH1 Storytellers are officially sold out, but that doesn’t mean you can’t watch the show anyway. And you should, because Ed is up for four Brit Awards and two Grammys. Tune in to VH1 Storytellers TONIGHT (January 24) at 7PM ET/PT on VH1. If you can’t get to a TV, stream the whole performance here at Storytellers.VH1.com — except if you’re in the UK, Ireland, France, or Monaco — and an exclusive worldwide continuation featuring Ed-ditional stories live at 8PM ET/PT.
Ed Sheeran knows exactly how to charm the ladies. Have you heard his panty-dropping lyrics to “Thinking Out Loud”? These little boys running around trying to pick up girls can learn a thing or two from this one song alone.
Ed Sheeran is that guy you bring home to mom. But certain moms are so eager for their daughters to meet the darling ginger that they take things way too far. Watch Sheeran recall the time a mom in San Fransisco may have scarred him for all moms but his own in this VH1 vintage clip.
Ed Sheeran likes to do things his own way. While most people keep diaries or snap photos of their memories, Sheeran gets tattoos. Get to know the stories behind each colorful tattoo and find out why this ink expert suggests staying in shape will help your beloved tattoos in the long run.
Ed Sheeran is kicking off VH1 Storytellers Live with a performance at Whelan’s in Dublin, Ireland, on January 24, and you — yes, you — can be there to see it all go down live. Tickets to watch Sheeran’s intimate performance will be made available here starting this Friday, January 16. Even better news? The tickets are FREE.
YOK alum and Grammy-nominated Ed Sheeran cites Damien Rice as the artist who first inspired him to make music. In a new series, VH1 Storytellers Live, airing later this month, Sheeran will put on a live performance at the venue where he first saw Rice perform: Whelan’s in Dublin, Ireland.