Say Something Karen Harding
22 November 2012, 10:26
The 'Lego House' star treated fans at his to his own take on the track he wrote for the boy band.
Ed Sheeran performed a cover version of One Direction's latest single 'Little Things' during his show in Paris recently.
The 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' star penned the track for the former X Factor stars' latest album 'Take Me Home' and gave his own take on the song to those in attendance at Le Trianon Theater.
The BRIT Award winning singer can be heard asking the crowd to keep as silent as possible so he can sing the track completely acoustic.
A few giggles and screams follow immediately after he he sings the opening line, to which he jokes that he "could not play it".
Silence then falls upon the venue once again as he gives a tender rendition of the track.
Watch Ed Sheeran performing 'Little Things' in Paris below:
Speaking to Capital about the song last month, Ed revealed how it contains some of his favourite lyrics of all time.
The song has also helped One Direction claim their second US number one album this week, as 'Take Me Home' shot straight to the top of the Billboard charts.
Stars from across the world of music have been congratulating the band, including JLS who said they consider the boy band to be "conquering the world".
Meanwhile, One Direction will be back in the UK next month to perform at the Jingle Bell Ball on a line-up which includes Bruno Mars, Cheryl Cole and The Wanted.