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Calling all Beliebers and Sheerios! If Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran attended your high school, who would you vote for as Prom King? That's the question that we're asking you to answer by voting in our annual prom-themed poll, in which fans will ultimately pick the PopCrush Prom King and Queen of 2014.
Both Ed Sheeran and John Mayer are known for their killer vocals and their expertise on the guitar, melting hearts everywhere with their keen musicianship and that insane ability to turn songs completely on their heads -- an amazing talent they both showed with their separate covers of two different Beyonce tunes. While the redheaded Brit opted for 'Drunk in Love,' Mayer chose to debut his own version of 'XO.' Which musician covers Beyonce best?
Ed Sheeran's songs about love are always so incredibly swoon-worthy. No wonder the English ginger kid has amassed such a dedicated and largely female following. He isn't afraid to unzip his chest and let the contents of his heart spill out onto the page and in the studio booth. But what about when he speeds up the tempo, raps and muses about a sexy rendezvous, like he does on 'Sing'?
Pop stars covering other pop stars' songs is not a new convention, especially in the digital, plugged-in age. But when Demi Lovato tackles an Ed Sheeran song, it's an event. Lovato blew the roof off with her version of Sheeran's gorgeous '+' track 'Give Me Love.' Like wow. Seriously.
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Ed Sheeran was the musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live' and in the opening monologue with host Seth Rogen, he got a special introduction by his friend, Taylor Swift. Usually, musical stars will play a new single, and then one familiar hit. But Sheeran opted to instead play two new tracks, 'Don't' and 'Sing,' both off his forthcoming album 'X.'
All week, the viral campaign for the movie adaptation of 'The Fault in Our Stars' has been teasing a reveal of the soundtrack for Saturday. 20th Century Fox, the studio behind the movie, made good on that promise and now we have a look at which artists -- including Ed Sheeran, Kodaline, and Grouplove -- will be be appearing on the soundtrack for the highly anticipated romantic drama starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.
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