Ed Sheeran Deleted His Twitter Account in the wake of Appearing on Game of Thrones!
Chart-topper Ed Sheeran, at last, made his Game of Thrones cameo in the show’s season seven debut on Sunday night following quite a hints of about what the artist may do in the American fantasy series.
Ed Sheeran Game Of Thrones Cameo Backfired!
Ed Sheeran removed his Twitter account following feedback of his Game of Thrones cameo. Not long ago, Sheeran reacted to reports that he had quit social networking stage as it seems to be “nothing but people saying mean things” by mentioning he hadn’t really quit, but recently stopped being active on Twitter.
“Loads of Hoo-har about me quitting stuff. I haven’t quit anything, I’m just not reading anything, except Harry Potter,” he posted on his Instagram account.
He seems to have removed his account, and it comes soon after his short cameo in the first episode of Game of Thrones season 7. Which did not run down well with fans at home? While there have been many big-name cameos in Game of Thrones, this is likely one of the greatest so far.
What’s more, Twitter had a great deal of fun with it:
- Top Three Characters I’ve wanted to see murdered on Game of Thrones
3. Joffrey 2. Ramsey 1. Ed Sheeran
- If Arya kills Ed Sheeran this will be the best Game of Thrones ever.
- Arya: That’s a pretty song. I’ve never heard it before. Ed Sheeran: It’s new. Buy my album ÷ on iTunes
- It took me a minute to take
#gameofthones seriously again after having to watch Ed Sheeran sing around a fire pit with some soldiers.
Sheeran’s agents did not quickly react to a request for comment.
Sheeran made a musical cameo–and had some dialogue–as a Lannister trooper who Arya Stark ran over, with his gathering of troops offering her some supper, not knowing she had quite recently offed an entire heap of Frey men.
She joked about heading towards King’s Landing to murder the Queen (Cersei Lannister), prompting the soldiers blasted into chuckling. Sheeran’s soldiers sat by Arya all through the scene. He additionally offered her some rabbit and called King’s Landing the “worst place in the world.”
However, whatever viewers made of Ed Sheeran’s new part, it merits looking past the oddity of his appearance and enjoy the song he was singing.
Hands of Gold is a melody that showed up in the books that propelled the Game of Thrones TV adaptation. Creator George RR Martin recorded the verses in A Storm of Swords, the third novel in his A Song of Ice and Fire series.
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