Ed Sheeran steals the show in a bright blue shirt while filming a Latin music video



Ed looked stylish filming his latest music video (Picture: MEGA)


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Ed looked stylish filming his latest music video (Picture: MEGA)

Ed Sheeran was spotted filming a music video with Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin, and they’re both wearing what kids would call “flying cups.”

The pop star, 31, looked eye-catching in an electric blue shirt and wide leg trousers.

Her companion J Balvin, 36, wore a fashionable green, blue and white striped Prada shirt, with a wide-brimmed white sun hat.

Ed’s fashionable shirt had large pockets and a turn-down collar, while his pants sported a light stripe.

He finished his look with a pair of Nike sneakers. J Balvin paired his shirt and hat with dark colored shorts and white boots.

The duo were spotted playing together as they waved for the camera while filming in Miami, Florida.



Ed and J looked stylish in their outfits (Picture: MEGA)


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Ed and J looked stylish in their outfits (Picture: MEGA)

J Balvin sparked rumors in September when he took to his Instagram account to share a photo of himself with Ed.

In the post, he shared an image of himself and the British hitmaker, with their tattoos on full display.

Alongside the post, he wrote, “Friendship first, business later, people guide the good vibes. I love Ed Sheeran 🙏’

Earlier this month, Ed revealed he was teaming up with Taylor Swift on a new song.

On February 11, they shared their latest collab The Joker And The Queen.

Unveiling the track, Ed tweeted: ‘The joker and queen with @taylorswift13 are out right now. Taylor and I first met and wrote + recorded our first song together in 2012, ten years ago now, I’m so honored to have him on this song.

“Not only is she the best singer/songwriter in the world, but she is also a very close friend, I am very lucky to have her in my life.

“For the music video, we had the kids from our song Everything Has Changed, all grown up and off to college now!”

In December, J Balvin reacted with “shock” when he won Afro-Latin Artist of the Year, despite being a white Latino.

Balvin, from Medellin, Colombia, acknowledged the award in an Instagram post, saying, “I’m not Afro Latino.”

“But thank you for giving me a place in contributing music and the afrobeat movement.”

Elizabeth J. Harless