Ed Sheeran is feeling super nervous about his upcoming performance Image: Twitter
Singer Ed Sheeran, who is one of the headliners at Britain's Glastonbury festival this weekend, feels he will be the odd one out when he takes the stage. The Shape of You hitmaker goes OTT with his feels by saying, "I'm definitely the one that's out of place on that list. Doing this festival for the first time like not even as a main headline is daunting." Be careful, Sheeran, they can smell your fear.
And it seems that his nervous feels have set him up. He said, "Even though Foo Fighters have played it before, they are a band everyone assumes has headlined before because they've been so massive for so long."
And, lastly, to add a final nail to his verbal diarrhoea coffin, the singer even pitted the music festival to his previous shows by saying, "I'm really excited. I'm actually more excited for this than I was for the Wembley Stadium shows. I'm going to be playing for a lot people who might have heard some of my songs on the radio, but they're Glastonbury goers, they're not fans of me."
Oh well! We think Sheeran just needs let his music take over and soon, all the festival-goers will be in love with the shape of him, no?
(With inputs from IANS)