Ed Sheeran Praised by Calum Scott for Handling Onstage Stumble Like a Pro
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The 'Thinking Out Loud' hitmaker receives a supportive message from the 'Dancing On My Own' singer after making fun of his own stumble during his concert in Japan.

AceShowbiz - Ed Sheeran has been showered with praise by Calum Scott. After making fun of his own stumble on a stage, the "Shape of You" singer received a supportive message from the "Dancing On My Own" singer for handling the accident like a pro.

On Sunday, January 28, Calum voiced his thoughts on Ed falling down during one of his concerts via Instagram. In the comments section of Ed's new post, Calum wrote, "I was at the back of the stadium with the highest view and I didnt see it so, well styled mate," adding a smiling face with tears of joy and clapping hands emojis.

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Ed Sheeran received a support from Calum Scott after falling down on a stage.

The comment came a few days after Ed accidentally fell during his show for his "+–=÷×" Tour, which is pronounced Mathematics. On Saturday, January 27, he entertained his fans at the Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan.

While running from backstage to get on the stage, Ed, who was carrying his guitar, stepped on a number of stairs. At one point, he appeared to have misplaced his foot and lost his balance before falling down on his knees. Though so, he quickly got up and started playing the instrument as if nothing had happened. He then turned his body around and flashed a smile at a camera.

The moment was documented in a video, which the "Thinking Out Loud" singer later uploaded on his Instagram page. Making fun of his own stumble, he edited the footage to add a short clip of an unidentified man smiling and giving a thumbs-up. Along with the video, he hilariously wrote in the caption of the post, "Styled it out."

The footage led other Instagram users to share their opinions on how Ed handled the stumble. In the comments section, one in particular stated, "The fact that you didn't have to give us the behind the scenes footage but you did anyway," adding a laughing face emoji. Another joined in, "The way you just started playing like it never happened [a slew of crying face emojis]."

While making a reference to the lyrics of Ed's song titled "Thinking Out Loud", a third added, "When your legs don't work like they used to before. graceful as always." A fourth noted, "@teddysphotos was obviously in a hurry to get on stage, he also cuts a good figure as a stand-up man."

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