The musician's unannounced appearance came shortly after his Las Vegas concert was postponed due to a safety issue
Who wouldn't want a surprise performance from Ed Sheeran at their wedding?
After the British superstar's concert at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas was postponed over the weekend, he went over to Little White Wedding Chapel and surprised a couple by singing his upcoming single "Magical" as they prepared to say "I do."
Sheeran, 32, shared a video of the moment to Instagram on Monday, where the couple — Jordan and Carter Lindenfield, per Fox 5 Vegas — appeared shocked as he walked into the room with an acoustic guitar and began performing the romantic ballad.
"This is how it feels to be in love / This is magical," sang Sheeran in the clip, teasing the song from his upcoming album Autumn Variations, which drops Sept. 29.
Once he was finished singing, the bride and groom were officially married and shared a kiss. Then, they went to sign the wedding paperwork — and Sheeran added his own name in ink as a witness. "Crashed a wedding, this is Magical," he captioned the Instagram post.
The "Perfect" musician's appearance at the wedding came shortly after he postponed a Las Vegas concert on Saturday about an hour before he was set to take the stage at Allegiant Stadium.
“I can’t believe I’m typing this but there’s been some challenges encountered during the load in of our vegas show. It’s impossible to go forward with the show. I’m so sorry,” Sheeran announced via Instagram.
“I know everyone has traveled in for this and I wish I could change it,” he continued. “The gig will be postponed to Saturday October 28th and all purchased tickets will be valid for that date.”
“I’m so, so sorry x,” he added before concluding his message.
On Sunday, Sheeran elaborated on the reason behind the show's cancellation, telling fans via Instagram that set pieces weren't properly rigged at the stadium, causing a safety issue.
"I really am gutted, this was very much out of my control but I do take full responsibility for everyone that was put out from the cancellation," he wrote, noting that refunds would be available for all ticket holders.
Last month, Sheeran announced Autumn Variations in a video shared to Instagram. "Hello everyone. The sun is shining but autumn is coming. I have an album I've made called Autumn Variations. This is a record that I was sort of making at the same time as Subtract. It's what me and Aaron [Dessner] went in originally to make," he said in the video.
Sheeran continued: "Elgar (a composer) has this thing called the Enigma Variation where he did 14 songs about 14 friends so I wanted to make 14 songs about 14 friends and base it on autumn."
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