Ed Sheeran Couldn't Get Into His Own Grammy Afterparty

02-16-2017
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Ed Sheeran

(Radio.com) After Ed Sheeran performed his new single, 'The Shape of You," at the Grammys, he tried to get into his party, but he was turned away along with a crowd of others, so he went to another afterparty to celebrate.

Sadly this appears to be a recurring problem for the British music star. "That's actually happened four years in a row, and that's not just my label's after-party, that's just afterparties in general," he told NME.

"It's just--do you know what I don't get' it's like you walk into those parties and there's four musicians there and everyone else there are people from L.A. who didn't even go to the GRAMMYs and just want a party to go to."

'So I went to Benny Blanco and Diplo's party and arrived there super-early," he continued, "and suddenly 2,000 people turned up." Read more here.

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