Ed Sheeran Performs ‘Fix You’ With Coldplay At Their Intimate London Show
Ed Sheeran became an honorary member of Coldplay at the band’s album launch show in London last night, 12 October.
The 30-year-old pop megastar joined Chris Martin and company on stage to perform a rendition of their 2005 hit Fix You at their intimate O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire gig to celebrate the release of their eagerly-awaited new LP Music of the Spheres, which is set for release this coming Friday, October 15.
Towards the end of the gig, Sheeran came back out and joined Coldplay to perform his hits Shape of You and Shivers.
And after inviting her to duet on the track Human Heart from their new album at the concert, Coldplay were joined on stage by Hits Radio presenter and former ‘X Factor’ star Fleur East.
Chris had asked Fleur: “Do you want to come and perform it with us on Tuesday? Want to come and perform it with Paris and Amber (US R&B duo, We Are King) and me?”
The 33-year-old star was taken back by the request and thought it was a prank. However, Martin insisted: “It’s for real. And do the girl’s bit? Alright, let’s do it…I’m serious Fleur, because you’re brilliant so if you want to come and do it, we would love that.”
Coldplay – who were introduced on stage by good friend Simon Pegg – also performed classics such as Clocks, Yellow and The Scientist alongside tracks from their follow-up to 2019’s Everyday Life.
Hits Radio is broadcasting Coldplay’s London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire concert, which is in celebration of their hotly-anticipated new album ‘Music of the Spheres’. Visit their official website for further information.
Broadcast on album release day this Friday, October 15, fans will be able to listen to extended highlights from the gig as well as the Coldplay interview in full from 7pm.