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Framlingham’s own Ed Sheeran wins two Grammy Awards

PUBLISHED: 07:28 29 January 2018 | UPDATED: 09:53 29 January 2018

Ed Sheeran wins big. Picture: GREGG WILLIAMS

Ed Sheeran wins big. Picture: GREGG WILLIAMS

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East Anglia’s most beloved singer/songwriter swept up at the biggest awards ceremony of the year - to the surprise of music journalists and bookies.

East Anglia’s most beloved singer/songwriter swept up at the biggest awards ceremony of the year - to the surprise of music journalists and bookies.

The Framlingham troubador was not expected to win the two Grammy Awards he was nominated for and was a rank outsider against the likes of Kesha, Lady Gaga, Pink and Kelly Clarkson.

He won Best pop solo performance and best pop vocal album with his latest release, Divide.

Already a Grammy winner, Ed previously won the Song Of The Year and Best Pop Solo Performance at the ceremony in 2006.

Newly-engaged Ed did not attend the glamourous event in New York city - perhaps he was too busy planning a Suffolk wedding.

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