Ed Sheeran briefly stopped his latest sell-out live concert on his world tour to go to the bathroom – twice.
The particular Grammy award winning singer halted their Saturday night set in Cardiff as they “needed a pee” after executing his smash hit Galway Girl.
Then three songs afterwards Sheeran stopped in the middle of singing Photo, saying “I’m so sorry Cardiff” before running off to the lavatory again.
The sixty, 000 Principality Stadium crowd cheered when he returned to the stage.
The 27-year-old then continuing singing where he left off.
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Sheeran drank many bottles of drinking water early on in the hit-filled set.
On returning following their first trip to the toilet he informed the crowd: “I’ve been gigging since I was 14 and We’ve never done that.
“And now I do it in front of sixty, 000 people”
The Saturday show in Cardiff was the penultimate gig of the UNITED KINGDOM leg of his bumper Separate world tour before it comes back to mainland Europe and Amsterdam on Thursday.
It was also the third night of Sheeran’s record-breaking mini-residency at the Principality Arena, being the first artist to have 4 successive nights at the Cardiff world.
Fans travelling to plus from Sheeran’s final night within Cardiff on Sunday have been recommended to plan ahead as the just trains running after it surface finishes at 22: 30 BST are usually to Swansea and Hereford through Newport.
There are simply no services to London Paddington due to an unexpected Severn Tunnel closure – and there will be only one service to Cardiff from Greater london an hour before the concert, which will consider 40 minutes longer than typical.
Arriva Trains Wales has also warned there will be no teaches to towns including Barry, Caerphilly, Pontypridd, Ebbw Vale, Treherbert plus Carmarthen after the gig.
Street closures began in Cardiff in 07: 00 , the Principality Stadium gates will open from 17: 00 and virtually all of the highways in the city centre will shut at 17: 30 .
Safety to the concert is definitely tight – only small hand bags are allowed in the stadium whilst laptops, selfie sticks and umbrellas are banned.
Cardiff buses are now being diverted out of town centre bus stops while workers have warned train services within the Cardiff area will be busy all day long.
Cardiff night marshals will be on patrol at taxi cab ranks in St Mary’s plus Wood Street as demand pertaining to cabs are “expected to be higher. ”