Ed Sheeran claims to be in self-isolation after testing positive for Covid-19.
The top-ranked musician said in a post on his Instagram page that he would go on to give interviews and scheduled shows from home.
Sheeran, who lives near Framlingham in Suffolk, said: “I apologize to anyone who has disappointed, everyone be safe x”.
Last week he performed in London as part of the inaugural Earthshot Prize, hosted by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
In his post, Sheeran said, “Hey guys, a quick note to tell you that I sadly tested positive for Covid, so now I’m isolating myself and following government guidelines.
“It means that I am now unable to move forward with any in-person commitments, so I will do as many scheduled interviews / performances as possible from my home.”
His new album, titled =, will be released on Friday.
As part of the promotion, Sheeran was due to join Apple Music’s Zane Lowe next week to play songs from his album and answer questions from fans.
Last week it was announced that Sheeran would be reading a CBeebies Bedtime story, which told the story of a boy who stammered.
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