Ed Sheeran was reportedly turned away from a Grammys after-party.
Although the ‘Shape of You’ hitmaker performed at the Grammy Awards over the weekend, TMZ reports that he tried to get into a bash at Milk Studios in Los Angeles after the ceremony but could not get past security.
Ed was not the only star who was reportedly turned away from the exclusive bash, as Oscar winner Adrien Brody and DJ Pete Tong are also believed to have been left outside.
Meanwhile, Ed recently admitted he didn’t miss singing during his one-year hiatus.
The 25-year-old star announced he was taking a break from music in December 2015, and while he had "withdrawal symptoms" during his 12 months off, he wasn’t too upset about not being on stage performing.
He said: "I found myself going to concerts and having withdrawal symptoms from it, but I didn’t really miss it that much."
And the ‘A Team’ hitmaker – who made his big comeback last month with the release of two singles ‘Castle On The Hill’ and ‘Shape Of You’ from his album ‘÷’ – explained he made the decision to temporarily leave the music scene because he felt he wasn’t getting the reaction from his audiences he yearned for anymore.
He explained: "I just felt like everything I did, I got a very lukewarm reaction by the end of it.
"I was like here’s a new song. And people were like, ‘Ah, great’.
"But you disappear for a year and then people are kind of hungry for it again."