Tonight at the MTVU Woodie Awards, Ed won “Best Performer”. The MTV Woodie Awards will air on MTV Sunday at 8/7c.
It’s that time once again: MTV’s Musical March Madness tournament is back … and this year, we’re letting you pick the bands that will battle it out for the title!
Yes, for the first time in the five-year history of MMM, we’re getting rid of the stodgy selection committee and turning the tournament over to the fans — you’ll help determine the full field of 64 acts, because Musical March Madness truly is for the people, by the people (also, we’re lazy.)
How? Beginning today, you can tweet your picks @MTVNews using the hashtag #MMM … seriously, it’s that easy. We’ll be watching all week, and then, on Monday, March 17, voting commences when we unveil the full bracket at MMM.mtv.com.
Can Ed Sheeran repeat as MMM champion? Will perennial powerhouses like Paramore or Thirty Seconds To Mars finally fight their way to the top? Or does 2014 belong toTokio Hotel? Who knows … they’ve all got to qualify for the tournament first!
In short, MMM 2014 is sure to be a wild affair — it’s anyone’s to win, so if you want your favorite artist to have a shot at the title, all you’ve got to do is nominate them. Oh, and it probably wouldn’t hurt to rally the troops either; make sure to spread the word on Facebook and Twitter, and check back in on Monday, March 17, when this year’s tournament officially tips off.
You’ve spent the past year training, and now, it’s game time. Nominate your favorites for #MMM right now, then get ready to rock. Believe us, in 2014, things are gonna get crazy.
Fuse News will be airing their new interview with Ed Sheeran tomorrow night. Fuse News airs on Fuse at 7:30/6:30c.
Exclusive: Ed Sheeran’s New Single Is A Kiss-Off To An Ex, F-Bombs Included. Sheeran ditches his ‘Sweet, Innocent’ side on the first single off his new album
After all, the song (Ed wouldn’t reveal the title just yet) does feature several rather fantastic uses of the F-word, a fact that probably won’t go unnoticed by programmers at radio stations around the world. So, for the first — and perhaps only — time in his career, he was willing to compromise.
“I tried other words, I tried ‘mess,’ I tried ‘funk,’ lots of other things, but none of them worked,” he laughed. “I think if you’re going to swear on a track, make it worth it. There’s no point swearing just for the sake of it … but, if taking away a certain cuss word lightens the load of a song, I don’t agree with that. So, I’ve kept certain words in just because it makes the song what it is. But I’m I’m definitely giving radio and edit they can play, because I’d be mental not to.”
Of course, as his fans know, F-bombs are nothing new for Sheeran … but it’s the way they’re used in this new song — with a pissed-off purpose — that may come as a surprise. And, yes, even Ed will admit that the single will definitely raise a few eyebrows. That’s practically the point.
This morning Ed Sheeran was in the studio with Ryan Seacrest for an interview. Watch portions of the video below.
This Morning Ed Sheeran was interviewed by Ryan and Ellen on On Air With Ryan Seacrest. Listen to the interview below.
Ed Sheeran will be performing at this year’s V Festival in . Tickets go on sale this Friday at 9am. For more information check out VFestival.com.
Ed and Taylor Swift are up for a Radio Disney Music Award for Best Collaboration with Everything Has Changed. You can vote as many times as you’d like via RadioDisney.com. Winners will be announced April 25th in Los Angeles.