The famous pop star Ed Sheeran made a recent sensation around the world with his cameo in the latest Game Of Thrones episode which aired on Monday this week. This ‘Shape Of You’ artist has been making rounds on the Internet for quite some time now and played a recent role in the famous TV which finally resumed after a span of a year and gave the fans of what was due from a long time. ‘Dragonstone’, which came out this week featured a small but exciting role by this singer/songwriter.

His small presence on the show where he was seen singing a song from George R.R. Martin’s book elicited a mix of criticism and praise on social media. And as usual it prompted fans to speculate that he deleted his account because of the trolling he received over his performance. It's unclear what time his account was taken down, but fans on Twitter noticed its absence on Monday night and they are pretty sad about this stunt from the star performer.

Game Of Thrones is the highest grossing TV show of all time and is famous for uncertainties and twisted plots. The cameo of Ed Sheeran in the first episode definitely hints at a lot of things about the characters and it’s hard to find easter eggs with George’s story and David Benioff & D.B. Weiss’s stories. Nevertheless this artist did make a lot of turbulence on the Internet and also gave the most unexpected surprise to the viewers.

Deleting the account might hold any other reason too, though this artist stays pretty active on his Twitter handle and keeps his fans updated all the time. It was surprising to see such a downer from him and specially after his successful album Divide which released earlier this year and broke every record with his songs ‘Shape Of You’, ‘Galway Girl’ and ‘Castle On The Hill’. Well, anyway these things are a part and parcel of life. But if you are a hardcore Ed Sheeran fan and you’re in India, you should definitely check out his live concert in Mumbai this November and enjoy his latest album Divide songs.

Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 20 July 2017



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