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Ed Sheeran recovers lost phone full of new music

Ed Sheeran has been handed back a phone filled with new music that he lost whilst attending the BRITs.

As previously reported, the 'A Team' star revealed his frustration at the ceremony in London on Wednesday (February 20) after misplacing a mobile that had new tunes on it.

However, the BBC reports that the phone was eventually found in the car that drove Sheeran to the ceremony, which took place at the O2 Arena.

They say it has been safely handed back to the singer-songwriter and all is well.

Sheeran revealed in an interview on the night that he had once also misplaced new music in Spain, saying:

"I lost the MP3 that everything was on in Ibiza. But the album hasn't come out yet so that's good."

Sheeran's debut album '+' was released in 2011 and he has previously revealed that he is working on new material.





Watch Ed Sheeran being interviewed at the BRITs below: