He’s a global singing sensation who has dominated the charts since he shot to fame in 2011.
And Ed Sheeran ‘s fans are going wild after a 16ft statue of the musician appeared in Gorky Park, Moscow, on Tuesday ahead of his gig in the city this weekend.
The huge figure of the star, 28, has been put installed in the city centre to mark Ed’s first performance in Russia at the Otkritie Arena on Friday.
The giant tribute shows the singer lying down as he rests his head on his right hand, dressed in a white shirt, red shorts and black aviator sunglasses, with his shirt and socks decorated with a variety of graffiti.
The statue is believed to have been installed as a promotional tool as part of a collaboration between Yandex Music and Warner Music Russia.
Ed is due to perform in Moscow for the first time on July 19, at the Otkritie Arena, as part of his ÷ (Divide) tour.
Fans of the Thinking Out Loud singer have taken to social media to share their snaps as they pose alongside the giant statue.