Ed Sheeran’s arm injury to affect his India concert?

Singer Ed Sheeran has injured his right arm in a bicycle accident, putting in jeopardy some of his upcoming shows. He is due to perform in India on November 19. Ed asked his fans to "stay tuned for further news."

By: IANS | London | Updated: October 16, 2017 6:24 pm
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Singer Ed Sheeran has injured his right arm in a bicycle accident, putting in jeopardy some of his upcoming shows. He is due to perform in India on November 19. He posted on social media about the accident. Ed also asked his fans to “stay tuned for further news.”

I’vee had a bit of a bicycle accident and I’m currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows. Please stay tuned for further news. Ed x, Ed Sheeran,” the “Shape of you” singer posted on his Facebook page along with a photograph of his right hand in a plaster cast.

While his right arm is plastered, his left arm is strapped up in a navy shoulder bandage. According to mirror.co.uk, Sheeran was knocked down by a car here. Ed Sheeran is not new to injuries. His face was sliced open by Princess Bride of York  with a ceremonial sword accidentally when she was jokingly ‘knighting’ singer James Blunt.

He is due to perform at a host of concerts in Asia over the next couple of weeks, starting with October 22 in Taipei, followed by appearances in Osaka, Seoul in South Korea, Tokyo in Japan, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Indonesia and Singapore, before moving on to Malaysia and Thailand in mid-November.

His last dates for 2017 are set for November 19 in Mumbai, India, and November 23 in Dubai. Ed Sheeran is a two time Grammy award winner. He won both the awards for “Thinking out loud” in the Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance categories.

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