Ed Sheeran Donates Lego Likeness To Hospice
Ed Sheeran’s a blockhead – and a charity in England is happy he is.
The singer recently donated a life-sized Lego model of his head to the St. Elizabeth Hospice shop in Suffolk.
"What does international superstar @edsheeran get up to on tour? Well he makes a self portrait out of Lego of course,” reads a tweet from the hospice. "The Castle on the Hill singer has since donated this to St Elizabeth Hospice and we're so very grateful. What do you think we should do with it?”
Sheeran also donated a smaller Lego model he made of himself as well as his first record player, a skateboard, music books and clothing. He also gave up a piece of Heinz ketchup memorabilia.
“He's been really generous – every now and again he has a clear out," hospice spokeswoman Helen Owen told BBC News.
The Lego version of Sheeran’s head will be displayed in its shop before eventually being auctioned off.
Ed Sheeran donates Lego self portrait and homage to Heinz ketchup to Suffolk charity shop https://t.co/Pi1Er5TF2P— East Anglian Daily Times (@EADT24) June 18, 2018