Ed Sheeran works shift at Mall of America's lego store, takes fans by surprise

Sheeran also performed one of his songs titled 'Lego House' for a huge crowd of fans who had gathered in front of the store. Photos: Instagram | edhq

Los Angeles: Singer Ed Sheeran turned 'brick specialist' and cashier at a Lego store for a day taking his fans by surprise. During his shift, the 32-year-old also handed out lego sets to his fans and also signed on their lego boxes at the Mall of America in Minnesota. He was also seen taking pictures with them as well, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Sheeran also performed one of his songs titled 'Lego House' for a huge crowd of fans who had gathered in front of the store. Later that day, the singer, who wore a blue T-shirt with Lego graphics and a yellow apron during his shift, uploaded a video via Instagram. Along with the clip, he explained: "Went to the Mall of America today to work in the LEGO store/hand out LEGO sets and sing Lego house. LEGO!!!!"

In the footage, the 'Thinking Out Loud' singer could be heard saying: "Right, I'm here at the Mall of America in Minnesota and I have my LEGO outfit on. I'm going to be a brick specialist at the Lego store and play 'Lego House.' "

The clip further showed him delivering his "Lego House" song. After his performance, Ed said to the camera: "That was super fun." Making a reference to his show on Saturday night in the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, he went on to tease: "I've got a bunch of these 'Autumn Is Coming' minifigures and I'm going to be giving them out at the gig. See you in a bit."

On July 29, Ed worked at an iconic restaurant in Chicago, known for treating their buyers with loudness and insults, named The Wieners Circle to surprise his devotees. That same day, he let out a video documenting the surprise appearance on his Instagram page.

Along with the clip, the 'Perfect' singer penned: "Served hot dogs at @wienerscircle today. This place is legendary in Chicago for serving hot dogs and insulting their customers. I loved it. See you at the stadium tonight x."

(With IANS inputs)

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