Ed Sheeran Leads O2 Arena In A 16,000 Person Sing-Along At Jingle Bell Ball 2014
7 December 2014, 20:22
The 'Sing' star played EVERY hit the fans wanted… and boy did he do it in serious style!
Ed Sheeran's spectacular set at the Capital Jingle Bell Ball 2014 with Morrisons had everything the fans were after - sing-alongs, pitch-perfect vocals… and the #Sheerios' favourite red-headed superstar of course!
Ed made his way out onto the stage in TRUE humble style, waltzing out with a cheeky grin on his face and a wave… and the O2 Arena crowd EXPLODED with cheers in response!
First up Ed kicked off with 'Lego House' by asking the crowd to sing back a refrain to him - which of COURSE they were only too happy to do!
"I'm going to play some songs, if you know them sing along, if you don't know them… just make it up!" Ed joked to the crowd. Ed, OBVS they all know the words, silly!
Next up Ed cracked out one of his recent singles 'Don't, showing off those impressive rap skills and ending the track with a bit of Blackstreet's 'No Diggity'. LOVE IT, ED!
"I want you all to scream!" Ed told the already-amped up the crowd, before heading into his performance of 'Drunk'.
In one of the most AMAZING moments of his set Ed sang his latest single 'Thinking Out Loud', a true crowd pleaser, and boy did this chap hit EVERY NOTE out of that O2 Arena!
The UK superstar then slowed things down, and took it back to where it all started, with his song 'The A Team'.
Cue 16,000 fans cracking out their camera-phones and waving them in the air to create a sea of lights for his signature hit!
To round off his JBB set Ed finished it in the ONLY way that would satisfy this crowd… with his Vodafone Big Top 40 number one hit 'Sing'!
Judging by the reaction of the #Sheerios on Twitter… they'd give Ed's #CapitalJBB set a PERFECT 10/10!
Ed Sheeran putting a great shift at the Capital Jingle Bell Ball, O2 arena pic.twitter.com/d8iNuwPfSC— Chris Yates (@chrisyates63) December 7, 2014
i think i love ed sheeran a little too much— Eileen (@ItsEileenHeree) December 7, 2014