Ed Sheeran has finally confirmed he's a married man.
In a new interview with iHeartRadio's Charlamagne Tha God about his new collaborations album,No. 6 Collaborations Project, the 28-year-old singer talks about lyrics in his new song with Eminem and 50 Cent called "Remember My Name," in which he refers to his longtime love, Cherry Seaborn, as his "wife."
"Watch how the lyrics in the songs might get twisted / My wife wears red, but looks better without the lipstick," the lyrics read.
Sheeran confirmed he was married when he explained the lyric.
Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah defeated French duo Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin 6-7(5), 7-6(5), 7-6(6), 6-7(5), 6-3 in a match that lasted nearly five hours to become the first Colombian players to win a Grand Slam men’s doubles title. It was arguably the best match played at Wimbledon so far this year, and most who caught it understood that they were witnessing a marvelous athletic spectacle. But none seemed to the match, or more accurately the time he spent at the match, more than Woody Harrelson did.
Credit where credit is due: Twitter user @TylerRuinsTV did an excellent jobchroniclingnearly every time ESPN’s Wimbledon feed cut to the actor and put it all in a Twitter thread. But what he appeared to do was record a screen on his phone, so we’ve also compiled those moments in higher quality.
Beatles fans got something Saturday night they hadn’t in 53 years: the sight of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr playing together on stage at Dodger Stadium. Although McCartney himself is not a stranger to the venue, having last played there just five years ago, two Beatles taking to the outfield together was something that hadn’t happened since August 28, 1966, which turned out to be the Fab Four’s penultimate tour gig ever.
The former bandmates weren’t revisiting material quite that old. The two songs Starr joined McCartney for Saturday both post-dated the Beatles’ time as a touring unit: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)” and “Helter Skelter.”
Power was restored to the heart of New York City after a major outage on Saturday impacted an estimated 72,000 customers, mostly in Manhattan's midtown and Upper West Side.
Con Edison said it completed power restoration to all customers on the West Side of Manhattan shortly before midnight and the last of six electrical networks was back in service.