Published: Wed, October 18, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Ed Sheeran Suffers Painful Injury After Being Hit by auto

Ed Sheeran Suffers Painful Injury After Being Hit by auto

In an Instagram post on Monday, the singer-songwriter shared a photo of his right arm in a cast and revealed that the injury was due to a #Bicycle Accident.

Britain's Daily Mail said the accident happened in London on Sunday.

The singer has already completed his tour of Europe, USA and Latin America and was set to start the next leg of his tour in Asia on 22 October from Taiwan.

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After several years of playing on the street and in bars, Sheeran won breakthrough worldwide success with his 2014 love ballad "Thinking Out Loud".

The good news is that we think Sheeran will make sure to alert his fans the second he finds out.

His other gigs over the coming weeks include Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, India and United Arab Emirates.

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He is due to play five New Zealand shows in March 2018 - three at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium, and two at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin.

Sheeran has spent a lot of his Divide tour playing solo on-stage without any type of backup band, according to Rolling Stone. "I don't feel like if I suddenly got a band, everyone would go, "Wow!" I actually feel it'd take away from me".

The BBC reported that Sheeran broke his right arm in the accident, with the Mirror adding that a auto struck Sheeran while he rode his bicycle in London.

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The incident adds to a collection of recent injuries including Sheeran slicing his face in a fake knighthood ceremony and suffering severe burns to his foot at a hot spring.

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