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He'll always be a kid at heart!
Ed Sheeran stopped by the Graham Norton Show on Friday and talked about his penchant for children's toys — which is all well and good until it ruins your date!
The British crooner has a history of impulsive buying extravagant toys he always wanted as a kid, and knew it was "time" to buy a spectacular Lego Star Wars Death Star set after his album hit number one.
However, the 25-year-old's obsession with childhood play objects didn't always bode well with his romantic life — as he once brought a Lego set on a date and spent the entire time building it! Ha!
Hopefully, his girlfriend Cherry Seaborn finds Ed's child's play as endearing as we do…
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below) to hear the singer get embarrassed about his fondness for toys.
This is such good news to hear — and so smart of Lucasfilm to address it publicly.
After lots of rumors swirled around fan sites and social media this week, Lucasfilm has issued a relatively rare statement concerning the future of Carrie Fisher's Star Wars character after the actresses' death late last year.
In a statement posted yesterday to StarWars.com, Lucasfilm let everybody know that out of respect for Fisher's legendary work and the meaning she holds in the hearts of fans, her character will not be digitally re-created — at least, for now — in a future Star Wars franchise.
Here's the statement (below):
But Disney had to switch quickly to panic mode.
According to previous reports, Carrie had finished her filming for this December's Episode VIII. But an even bigger role was apparently planned for Princess Leia in the final part of the sequel trilogy.
Now, according to BBC's Newsnight, Disney is negotiating with the late star's estate over her future appearances in the franchise.
Exactly how Fisher's likeness might appear in future Star Wars films is unclear, but if Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is any indication, Disney has decided they're fine with digitally recreating late actors for continuity, as they did with [SPOILER ALERT]
And the Scream Queens star is clearly still grappling with her famous mother's untimely passing, as on Wednesday, the Hollywood scion took to Instagram to pay tribute to the late Star Wars actress. Folks, you should probably get your tissue boxes ready. Just sayin'.
Alongside a sweet mother-daughter pic, Miz Lourd wrote:
Two wonderful talents have officially been laid to rest.
As you know, Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds died within a day of each other last month — and now the dynamic mother-daughter duo have been honored in a joint funeral at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in the Hollywood Hills on Friday morning.
At the service, Debbie's only surviving child, Todd Fisher, arrived carrying a bright green and white urn, resembling a Prozac capsule, with his sister's ashes. E! News reports this was a move to commemorate the Star Wars actress' battle with bipolar disorder and her dry sense of humor.
And according to People, the Singin' In The Rain actress was buried with some of her daughter's ashes.
Our hearts are with the entire family during this unimaginably difficult time.
[Image via Chris Connor/WENN.]
May the force be with them.
In the wake of the actress' death, Disney has been weighing different options for the future of Fisher's beloved character, who was set to appear in both December's Episode VIII and 2019's Episode IX.
Insiders tell The Hollywood Reporter that at least TWO key Leia scenes are planned for the upcoming installments of the space adventure.
These scenes apparently include a