Ed Sheeran And Pharrell’s Bromance Is Strong In This ‘Nine Days And Nights’ Clip

Ed will sit down with his Sheerios for a 'Live From MTV' After Show following the documentary at 12 a.m. ET

It seems like there’s a bit of a bromance going on between Ed Sheeran and Pharrell.

The two teamed up to create Ed’s lead single “Sing,” off his upcoming album, Multiply, and during the MTV documentary “Nine Days and Nights of Ed Sheeran,” we see the two singing each other’s praises.

In a clip released on Monday (June 9) from the doc, which airs Tuesday at 11 p.m. ET on MTV, Pharrell and Ed are taking a break on the set of the “Sing” video.

“When I first met you I was like, ‘Oh man, I want to work with this kid. I see something, he’s incredible,’ Pharrell said. “I was like ‘Man, just let me get in the studio with this guy.”

Ed seems to have a hard time coming to the realization that the “Happy” singer was so eager to work with him, admitting that he was “a little bit confused.”

“I went in that morning and checked iTunes and #1 was “Get Lucky” and #2 was “Blurred Lines” and I was like I’m sure he’s got somewhere more important to be than in the studio with me,” Ed said in the clip.

Ed’s MTV documentary brings his fans on a journey as he takes you behind-the-scenes of his hometown, discusses his rise to fame and releases his new single.

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But that’s not all, Sheerios: After you watch the documentary, immediately switch over to MTV.com and catch Ed live, in studio, for a 30-minute “Live From MTV” livestream at 12 a.m. ET.

“Live From MTV Presents: Ed Sheeran The After Show” will feature the British pop star as he performs two songs off Multiply, which drops June 23, in front of some of his biggest fans. Ed will also be on hand to take your questions about the documentary — you can tweet us your questions using the hashtag #EdSheeranMTV — his new album and play some fun games as well.

Tune into MTV.com or MTV Hits for “Live From MTV Presents Ed Sheeran The After-Show” at 12 a.m. ET and don’t forget to tweet your questions using the hashtag #EdSheeranMTV.

Christina Garibaldi has been an on-camera reporter for MTV News since 2011. When not interviewing or writing about her favorite stars, she keeps herself busy with baby animal videos and boy bands.
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