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Ed Sheeran was forced to halt his sell-out Cardiff concert twice to answer a call of nature. The award-winning singer apologised to the 60,000-strong crowd at the Principality Stadium last night as he dashed off stage to use the toilet.
Axar.az informs citing foreign media.
After performing his smash-hit song Galway Girl, he told fans that he “needed a pee” and left the stage.
Call of nature
When he came back on he said: “I’ve been gigging since I was 14 and I’ve never done that. “And now I do it in front of 60,000 people” Three songs later, halfway through singing Photograph, he said, “I’m so sorry, Cardiff” before running off to relieve himself once more.
Fans gave him a big cheer when he returned and continued singing where he’d left off. Many took to Twitter after the concert to laugh about his loo-breaks with one commenting that they had never seen so many people wait so patiently for some to go to the toilet. Last night was Sheeran’s third of a four night run at the stadium, making him the the first artist to have four successive nights at the Cardiff venue. Sell-out gigs It was also the penultimate gig of the UK leg of his Divide world tour before it returns to mainland Europe and Amsterdam later this week. In May, he was forced to cancel 500 tickets for the tour in an attempt to prevent ticket touting. This came after his team cancelled 10,000 gig tickets last July that has been sold by unofficial resale sites, and more than £240,000 were returned to fans who unknowingly bought them.
2018.06.24 / 18:55