You will NEVER guess what Irish celeb Ed hung out with last night


Hanging out with his baby god son Oscar, getting a massive lion tattooed on his chest… Ed Sheeran's really been making the most of the three-week break in the middle of his X World tour.

But last night he took to the stage yet again, albeit a smaller one than Wembley or Croke Park. The Thinking Out Loud hitmaker surprised guests at Ronan Keating and Storm Uechtritz's wedding celebrations when he showed up to serenade the newlyweds.

Although Ronan and Storm have yet to post any pictures on social media from their big day, their pal Brian McFadden took to Twitter to reveal what had gone down. "Last night had the best jam ever. @BrianMcFadden @edsheeran @ronanofficial @officialkeith Mikey graham and @shanelynchlife madness," he wrote, before sharing this selfie of himself and Ed.

The singer joined the Boyzone gang (and Brian) on stage for the ultimate pop gathering, but according to one guest the whole thing came as a total surprise. "Ed appeared out of nowhere, everyone was so surprised. He was such a nice guy,” one attendee told

Ronan also serenaded his new wife from the stage with multiple solo songs, while Irish boyband Lunar entertained guests later in the night.

While the guest list was packed with Ronan's music industry pals, it was his children that took centre stage for his big day. The singer's daughters Missy and Ali were bridesmaids for Storm, while his 17-year-old son Jack was best man.

This marriage will hopefully be second time lucky for Ronan, whose divorce from his wife of 12 years Yvonne was finally made official in March of this year. The singer proposed to Storm just weeks later.

"'We've been together a few years now and knew we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together. I felt it was the right time," Ronan told Hello! magazine of his decision to propose.

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