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22 June 2012, 11:06
The 'A Team' star has found his prized guitars Cyril and Nigel after an airline misplaced them.
Ed Sheeran has been reunited with his prized guitars after an American airline lost them following his return flight to the UK.
The 'Lego House' singer is back in England this week after a promotional trip to the US, but revealed yesterday (21st June) that he was distraught at having lost two of his "irreplaceable" guitars, nicknamed Cyril and Nigel.
"So after delta messing up the flight over here, they have lost both my guitars. Bring back Cyril and Nigel," Ed tweeted yesterday.
The 'Small Bump' star received sympathy from friend and fellow artist Professor Green, who described it as a very "s****y" thing to happen.
"@edsheeran They'll find them it'll just take a while," the 'Read All About It' rapper posted.
This morning Ed updated fans and confirmed he had been happily reunited with his instruments after the mishap.
He tweeted: "cyril and nigel are now safe and sound."
View a picture of Ed Sheeran performing with his guitar Nigel at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 below (Credit: PA):
Earlier this week it was announced that Ed will headline a date at the Roundhouse for this year's iTunes Festival on 2nd September.
Ed Sheeran launched his debut album '+' in the US last week and scored one of the highest ever UK debuts by a male artist when it charted at number five on the US Billboard Top 200.