Tuesday, 26 September, 2017

Ed Sheeran Makes Singing Debut In Game Of Thrones Season 7

Ed Sheeran centre poses on set with Maisie Williams left who plays Arya Stark Ed Sheeran centre poses on set with Maisie Williams left who plays Arya Stark
Melinda Barton | 18 July, 2017, 04:09

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the season seven premiere of Game of Thrones crashed HBO.com last night. The singer can be seen singing folk songs in his soft melodious voice carrying achingly innocent face in the woods, clad in a soldier's outfit.

At this point, we have to assume Game of Thrones season 7 will also take about five months from its season finale date to be released on Netflix DVD.

If you were hiding under a rock last night you might have missed premiere of season 7 of HBO's hit show "Game of Thrones".

Fans praised Sheeran on social media.

After Ayra says: "It's a pretty song".

Pleading for help, one person said on Twitter, I'M FREAKING OUT!' Expressing his anger, another tweeted, "Imagine paying for HBO Go just for this show and it crashes during the premiere". The longer-than-you-imagined scene in which he shared some rabbit and blackberry wine with superfan Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) found Ed singing a campfire song.

The British TV series Game of Thrones has entered into Season 7 and its first episode has gone on air worldwide today, to be telecasted in nearly 173 countries, along with India. We could listen to Ed's lovely voice all day, but no one actually believed he was just a common soldier with a voice like that, right?

"We knew that Maisie was a big fan of Ed Sheeran and for years we've been trying to get him on the show so we can surprise Maisie".

After the show aired at 2am on Sky Atlantic, Sheeran posted a photo on Instagram with the caption: "Throwback to the time I was a Lannister".

"Game of Thrones" Season 7 episode 2 spoilers suggest that the focus will be on Daenerys who will have an unexpected visit from a stranger.

Sheeran became the latest in a string of musicians having appeared on the Game of Thrones, such as Coldplay's Will Champion, Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody and Sigur Ros.