Music artist Ed Sheeran cancels live performances by musical artist after being infected with coronavirus

BBritish musical artist Ed Sheeran announced on Sunday that he had tested positive for coronavirus. He also announced that he will be taking interviews and performing from his home even as he isolates himself for the entire time.

The 30-year-old artist announced the news on social media a few days before the release of his new studio album.

He took to Instagram to say he had tested positive for the virus and is therefore currently self-isolating and following government guidelines. He also explained that he will no longer be involved in any physical engagements at this time. However, he will attend all of his scheduled performances and interviews from his home. He also apologized for letting his fans down.

Sheeran had just been announced as a musical guest on NBC Saturday Night Live November 6. His representatives have yet to confirm exactly which performances he is canceling and which ones he will attend from home. Additionally, its official website does not list any performances before April. The artist who already has 4 Grammys to his name is releasing his new studio album entitled “=” which is pronounced like “Equals”.

According to the singer, his new collection is very personal and close to his heart. He also mentioned that his life changed following his marriage to Cherry Seaborn. Another milestone in her personal life was the birth of their daughter, which the couple announced in September 2020.

His message at the time read: “Hello! A little message from me because I have some personal news that I wanted to share with you. Last week, with the help of an amazing delivery team, Cherry gave birth to our beautiful and healthy daughter – Lyra Antarctica Seaborn Sheeran. We are completely in love with her.

The child is the couple’s firstborn. Ed Sheeran and his wife have known each other since they were children. The couple also attended high school together, making their story a modern-day fairy tale.

We wish the singer and his family good health and good luck in the recovery process.

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