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Ed Sheeran will never sell out

Chart-topping singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has revealed that as long as he continues to make music he's proud of nothing else matters. 

The 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' star has voiced his concerns about "selling out" now that he has the all-important big record deal and No.1 album, and told asylum.co.uk that "as long as I do what I want and I'm happy with it, it will be fine."

"I think the worst thing is when people call other people sell outs. If I got a bad review in a paper and thought 'oh f**k he's right' - that would be selling out."

"But I am 100 per cent happy with everything I did on my first album. I don't think I'll ever lose that. I come from a scene where we like to be credible and do what we want."

Watch Sheeran's interview and performance from Sunday's (September 25) Something For The Weekend below: