Live from New York, it’s Ed Sheeran.
Ahead of the Grammys, Ed Sheeran was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live to perform the first two singles off his upcoming Divide, “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill.”
Joined by his live band and backup singers, the British crooner performed both cuts strumming a customized acoustic guitar featuring the ÷ symbol, yet another sign that his his album is coming soon.
Watch both performances below.
This was Sheeran’s second time on “Saturday Night Live.” He first performed on the show in 2014.
After the show, he snapped a photo with former “SNL” cast member and comedian Tracy Morgan, who played one of Beyoncé’s future twins on the show, and Alec Baldwin. Reprising his role as Donald Trump, Baldwin hosted the iconic series for a record-setting 17th time.
Last month, Ed Sheeran became the first artist ever to debut two singles in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously with “Shape of You” at No. 1 and “Castle on the Hill” at No. 6. Pre-order ÷ on Atlantic on iTunes now.