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Ed Sheeran Injures Hand [GRAPHIC PHOTO]

Ed Sheeran
Theo Wargo, Getty Images

Ouch!

Poor Ed Sheeran. While smack dab in the middle of the Taylor Swift Red Tour, on which he is the supporting act, the singer and guitarist injured his hand and had to head to the hospital to have it taken care of.

Sheeran shared a graphic photo of his boo boo wrapped in bloodied gauze.

The incident appears to have happened in Nashville and Sheeran then shared a pic of his wrapped and treated hand. Sheeran was mum on exactly what caused him to sustain the painful-looking injury. But for a guitarist to hurt their hand — that’s a big deal. He makes his money off playing his instrument.

Things got worse for the poor guy, though. He also got a flat tire.

Poor Ed. See photos of his hand and tire exploits below.

We hope his hand is healing and his tire replaced, and that the rest of the week is looking up.

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