Fans want Sophie Turner upgraded to 280 characters per tweet after her tweet storm about “Stranger Things” star Finn Wolfhard. Finn, who is 14 years old, was criticized by a fan of the Netflix series for giving the cold shoulder outside of a hotel. An account identified as @ChandlerBorrero posted the video of Finn icing him out to complain about the teenager’s “heartless” attitude.
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Ed Sheeran said, “Cheerio, Yanks!” as he appeared on the Monday broadcast of “Good Morning America.” The singer talked about how shocked he still is that he’s even famous and what it’s like to be the man behind the number-one wedding song in the world. Turns out it means a lot of wedding invites where there’s a convenient guitar at the reception.
“I don’t get asked to play the wedding. I just get invited,” Ed said. “It gets to a certain point in the night where I’m a bit hammered.” That’s when his friends take advantage of that moment to pop the question: Will he play “Thinking Out Loud”?
“That’s happened a bunch of times,” Ed confessed. “They’re like, ‘Oh, Ed–there’s a guitar. It’s so weird there’s a guitar here.'” Convenient guitars aside, Ed doesn’t sound that upset at the regular request from his friends at their weddings.
Sophie Turner lived out one of her character’s most infamous “Game of Thrones” scenes this weekend. But instead of siccing bloodthirsty hounds on a sadistic rapist, she let her and Joe Jonas’ adorable new pup, Porky, chase after some nosy photographers in New York.
The family of three was spotted out with a friend looking gym-ready. While Joe is a well-documented gym rat–much like the rest of his family–it’s unclear what workout program their tiny dog is on. Most likely the tag along plan like mom Sophie.
Ed Sheeran’s “Game of Thrones” cameo was so poorly received that the singer deleted his Twitter account and now he is done with the show for good. In a recent interview with MTV, the singer admits that his character won’t be missed.
Ed Sheeran’s cameo on “Game of Thrones” continues to be a topic of conversation. Ed deactivated and reactivated his Twitter account after hate from the show’s fans flooded his mentions. But now a source close to the show is speaking out in his defense.
Jeremy Podeswa, who directed Ed’s episode in addition to a half dozen others, spoke with Newsweek about working with Ed and why he thinks there’s been so much talk about Ed’s brief appearance.
“I think Ed did a lovely job—he’s a lovely actor and a lovely person,” Jeremy said on Tuesday. “He was appropriate for the part because he needed to sing. If people didn’t know who Ed was, they wouldn’t have thought about it twice. The hoo-ha seems to be from things that are outside of the world of the show. In the world of the show he did a lovely job, and he looks like he belongs in that world.” So why does Jeremy think there’s been such a big dust up over the cameo?
Ed Sheeran has returned to Twitter. The singer deleted his account after his cameo appearance on “Game of Thrones” led to backlash on the site. Fans of the series were outraged by Ed’s one scene in the season seven premiere, and Ed apparently had enough of the toxic tags.
After using a service called “Tweet Delete” designed to erase his posts, Ed’s account was scrubbed clean back to 2013. But some of Ed’s recent tweets are back–even though it’s mostly just his Instagram links. Even Ed’s Twitter bio says it: just go to his Instagram.
Ed already said he was fed up with Twitter earlier in July. Those comments were mostly about Lady Gaga fans, but the “Thrones” fandom was apparently even more hardcore than the Little Monsters.
Check out Ed’s new bio and his return to Twitter below.
(Photo credit: Ed Sheeran Instagram account)