NewsEd Sheeran on US award shows: "uncomfortable mood"

Ed Sheeran on US award shows: "uncomfortable mood"

British singer Ed Sheeran doesn’t particularly like US award shows. The mood is characterized by hostility and hatred, he said in an interview.

London – The British pop star Ed Sheeran (30) does not like to take part in American award shows in his own words. “The room is filled with mutual hostility and hatred, and it’s a pretty uncomfortable mood,” he said on the Audacy radio show, “The Julia Show.”

However, this atmosphere does not come from the celebrities themselves, he added: “All artists are lovable people, but they are surrounded by an entourage that they want to see win.” Every artist is surrounded by up to ten people who “themselves all throwing sideways glances at each other ”. The singer last appeared on Sunday at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) in New York.

After the events, he usually feels pretty sad and has heard that from other artists, Sheeran said. He is not used to such an atmosphere from British events. “In England the awards show that everyone gets drunk and nobody really cares who wins or loses. You just have a nice evening. “

Sheeran presented his new single “Shivers” at the VMA awards on Sunday. With the song “Bad Habits” he was also nominated for four prizes. dpa

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