Ed Sheeran deletes Twitter account after backlash to Game of Thrones cameo

Ed Sheeran deletes Twitter account after backlash to Game of Thrones cameo

Ed Sheeran deletes Twitter account after backlash to Game of Thrones cameo

It's not the first time Game Of Thrones have had a musical guest star.

But the road to King's Landing can be filled with perils.

Manchester United To Make A Final Attempt To Sign Eric Dier
As for Dier, he is said to be keen on a move to Manchester despite signing a new five-year deal at Spurs worth around £70,000-a-week last September.

Unless you've been living under a rock ever since Sheeran's music career took off, you probably can easily pick him out of a crowd. According to Jean, Sheeran-Gosling will sing in the episode, and Nelson will attempt to compete with him by offering his own version of the Drifters-famous pop standard "Save the Last Dance" in the episode.

That's how Arya spotted the crew of Lannister men sent to restore order in a certain neighborhood. "I've never heard it before", to which Ed's character cheekily replies, "It's a new one".

Dutton the big victor , as he's handed new 'super-ministry'
The change is part of the most significant reform to national intelligence and domestic security arrangements in more than 40 years, he says.

True fans of "Game of Thrones" fans may have noticed this song was not actually new.

In March, showrunner David Benioff said Sheeran was cast because Williams was a "big fan" and they wanted to "surprise her". After all, death is a sort of iconic element of Game of Thrones. Even if Arya didn't free her uncle from the Frey dungeons, one of those grateful women she spared will surely remember the Stark has family rotting in their hold and free him, lest the North return to "Remember" some more.

UAE behind Qatar media hacking
The UAE has denied that it was responsible for an alleged hacking of the Qatari state news agency and websites earlier this year. The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar Gargash said on Monday that the report was "not true, purely not true".

Curiously, Sheeran's manager, Stuart Camp, seemed to indicate that the deletion of the account was temporary, tweeting: "no hack.all is fine. just changing some things... thanks".

Related news