Whoops! Ed Sheeran reveals story behind misspelled tattoo

Ed Sheeran confesses Galway Girl actress Saoirse Ronan purposely misspelt his TATTOO: 'She really took the p**s outta me'

Ed Sheeran confesses Galway Girl actress Saoirse Ronan purposely misspelt his TATTOO: 'She really took the p**s outta me'

Ed Sheeran found an extra special way to mark the success of his most recent hit, the Irish rap mega-banger "Galway Girl", getting a tattoo bearing the song's title while on a recent trip to the "Emerald Isle".

Seeing as she's apparently a bit of a prankster in her own right, she inked the text 'Galway grill.' Sheeran didn't notice, or he didn't care. "She really took the piss out of me - full on".

Grammy victor Ed Sheeran and Irish actress (and failed tattoo designer) Saoirse Ronan.

According to The Sun, the Grammy-winning artist made the confession on the first night of the United Kingdom part of his Glasgow tour on Sunday.

Ed Sheeran confesses Galway Girl actress Saoirse Ronan purposely misspelt his TATTOO: 'She really took the p**s outta me'

"Thought I'd tell you that".

Ed revealed to 98FM's Big Breakfast last week that Tommy Tiernan features in his "Galway Girl" video. Well, the Irish-born Saoirse is part of the project, and Ed explained that he wanted a tattoo of the name of the track written in the Oscar nominee's handwriting to commemorate the shoot. For one, this is another thing he can blame on a woman, which I'm sure makes his dick hard.

Debuting at number one in 14 countries, every track reached the top 20 in the United Kingdom singles chart in the week of its release, largely due to music streaming services. " As he also points out, each of his tattoos has a special significance and all of this" work "tells its story" which he is proud and wants to be remembered at all costs ".

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