Ed Sheeran Had A Cameo Game Of Thrones Season 7 Premiere

Ed Sheeran Had A Cameo Game Of Thrones Season 7 Premiere

Ed Sheeran Had A Cameo Game Of Thrones Season 7 Premiere

It seems Ed Sheeran is on a roll with his TV guestings.

Ed Sheeran has deleted his Twitter account only hours after he was criticised for his cameo performance in Game of Thrones.

Showrunner David Benioff previously explained that Sheeran's star turn was in part a gift to Williams: "We knew that Maisie [Williams] was a big fan of Ed Sheeran and for years we've been trying to get him on the show so we can surprise Maisie. I've never heard it before", to which Ed's character cheekily replies, "It's a new one".

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There's been no word from Sheeran himself as to what actually caused him to take this step, but his fans are quite disappointed by his disappearance from the Twitter realm.

"It's new one", Sheeran answers.

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He'll play a musician named Brendan for a musical-themed episode in season 29, titled Haw-Haw Land, and it sounds as if there might be a love triangle developing between Brendan, Lisa Simpson and bully Nelson Muntz. "Watch out for this one, me and Lisa have a whole thing going on".

Yes, that means he'll be singing again; executive producer Al Jean told EW they recorded his voice over the phone. Al said that they had a flawless role for him.

Sheeran's Simpsons episode will air in the States some time around November this year.

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