He’s known for his trademark ginger tousled ‘do, but we reckon Ed Sheeran’s latest hair look is his best yet.
The Shape Of You hitmaker looked unrecognisable as he rocked an ’80s-style ginger mullet that reached his shoulders and a flowing fringe.
He’s got undeniable sex appeal, that one.
Eddy made the dramatic – and bloody brilliant – transformation for the music video of his new song Antisocial, featuring Travis Scott, which is out on Friday.
Clearly loving his new look (and can you blame him?), he shared a series of snaps of the ‘do on Instagram on Wednesday.
The Castle On The Hill singer captioned them: ‘I’m bringing the mullet back. Friday x.’
Other snaps showed him going into ’80s office worker mode as he rocked a slightly shorter wig along with a baggy shirt, suspenders and a seriously dated tie.
Wolf Of Wall Street, it was not.
Joking that he could’ve ended up in a corporate job if the old music thing hadn’t taken off, Ed wrote: ‘What life could’ve been if music didn’t go to plan. Friday.’
Antisocial is a track from Sheery’s new EP, No. 6, which features killer collaborations with, well, pretty much every single megastar in the world.
Ed, who recently waded into the Taylor Swift/Scooter Braun drama, is collaborating with Eminem and Cardi B for the hotly-tipped album.
We’ve already heard his collaborations with Chance The Rapper (Cross Me) and Justin Bieber (I Don’t Care) from the record, the latter of which spent weeks at Number 1 in the UK.
Then there’s the unexpected link-up with Cardi and former Fifth Harmony star Camila on South Of The Border.
And, for the Noughties era music fans, Ed has brought some seriously nostalgic vibes by collaborating with 50 Cent and Eminem.
The record, first teased in May, also features appearances from Skrillex, Bruno Mars and Khalid.
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